Rainbow Snippets (23rd April)

Rainbow Snippets time again and here is Raif along with his new friend Luljeta and Arden, of course.

With one quick tilt of her wrist, Luljeta downed the whole glass.
“If I wasn’t too distracted by Raif’s pretty mouth,” Arden told her, placing his hand over his heart, “I would be quite madly in love with you.”
“Don’t make promises you cannot keep, my lord,” she said, winking at him, and lifted her chin. “That feels better. Thank you, Lord Denor.”
Clearly Raif needed to start making more sensible friends. Just one or two of them, for days when he needed a quiet life.

Rainbow Snippets is a wonderful little Facebook group in which writers gather every weekend to post a six-sentence peek at one of their works. All genres are included but the snippets must be from books with a LGBTQIA+ protagonist.

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We always appreciate the colours of autumn, but these emerging shades of green caught my eye today.

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20 Responses to Rainbow Snippets (23rd April)

  1. Michelle says:

    Awww. Poor Raif. (But you know he’s be bored in 5 seconds, and probably head off to find ANOTHER dragon. 😉 )

  2. Jana Denardo says:

    haha I liked Arden a lot in this (nice pic too).

  3. Alexa Milne says:

    I suspect he might not achieve that aim.

  4. AM says:

    LOL! Nah, he’d probably be miserable if his friends were too sensible.

  5. “Clearly Raif needed to start making more sensible friends.” — Oh, no, that wouldn’t be nearly as much fun. 🙂

  6. P.T. Wyant says:

    LOL
    Loved that last line!

  7. Raif is easy to like.

  8. But more sensible friends wouldn’t be fun, would they? great snippet!

  9. Love the tone of this snippet. Very nice! 🙂

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