Rainbow Snippets – 05.11.17


Just sneaking this one in…

If you’re new to Rainbow Snippets, it’s a Facebook group where authors of LGBTQ fiction post a six-sentence snippet of a WIP, a published story, or a recommendation, every weekend. You can see all the snippets here.

Today…a little late for Halloween but…

The bizarreness of the circumstances didn’t really hit Aaron until they were almost at the diner. Here he was, on the way to drink coffee with some guy he’d accosted in the street. The fact that it was Halloween didn’t help matters much. They walked together in silence, respectable distance apart, listening to the tinny jingle of mechanical skeleton laughter and occasional pumping bass from the parade of houses and stores they passed. It was late enough that the younger trick or treaters were safely tucked up in bed and only the older contingent, fueled by alcohol rather than candy, roamed the streets.
When they were almost run down by a bewildering crowd comprised of sexy nurses, unimaginative toga wearers, surprisingly convincing zombies, and what appeared to be the Easter Bunny, Aaron chanced a look over at his companion. And found himself looking straight into those gray eyes again. He could feel the flush of heat in his own cheeks as clearly as he caught the blush on the stranger next to him before they swiftly looked back down at their feet.

If you’d like to hear Michael’s fantastic narration you can find it on Audible.

Or you can read it yourself here – AmazonPayhip

6 Responses to Rainbow Snippets – 05.11.17
  1. P.T. Wyant Reply

    Love all the details. And I love them looking/not looking at each other.

  2. Addison Albright Reply

    Love the awkwardness at the end! ?

  3. JL Merrow Reply

    It can be freeing, if reality is suspended for a while. 🙂
    Loved the imagery.

  4. josexpressions Reply

    Oh, how cute! And I wish I had seen that Easter Bunny costume! 🙂

  5. Kai Tyler Reply

    The descriptions are wonderful and really pulls me into the scene.

  6. Kari Trenten Reply

    Beautifully vivid description!

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