Rainbow Snippets

I am somehow unable to keep on a schedule. I had a nice and plot bunny rich Labor Day but it was also cursed (caught in a parade, car battery died, hotel caught fire (all in the same day) and then I fell again and broke a finger/sprained an ankle).

I decided to start with a SF story of mine that got shelved. Might get me moving again.

Kaleo shattered the one promise he had made to his mother; He was going to try for citizenship.

“Are you sure?”

Kaleo turned, hearing the worry in Dovon’s voice. His lover’s soft brown eyes were moist. It wasn’t fair. Dovon was supposed to be going with him. Like the throng of young men and women crammed into the shuttle bay, he and Dovon wished for a better life. There was only one way out of the prison slum they had been born into. Being born was in the slum was their only crime, barring them from citizenship and a real life. “What choice is there?”

The Rainbow Snippet group can be found on Facebook. It’s a fun low-pressure snippet sharing group for LGBTQ+ fiction. Come join us. https://www.facebook.com/groups/RainbowSnippets

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