Saturday, August 11, 2018

Rainbow Snippet for August 11th and 12th



It’s another weekend, time to share a bit of LGBT related story alongside several lovely authors at Rainbow Snippets on Facebook. Please check them out for more six sentence tidbits. Here, I am relating an early, early scene from my hoarded “BloodMoon” series.

Snippet:

Watching the extra swish to her hips I slapped my laminated menu down hard enough to make the Formica sing. Nickolas acted oblivious to my discomfiture. Shrugging back shining locks he leaned into the table, a relaxed grin on his face. I supposed fawning and jealous females were commonplace as oxygen to a burgeoning rockstar.

Once we were alone I focused on how to continue. How could I make small talk with someone like Nickolas Gravan, his perfection so far beyond angelic as to be godlike?

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Though trust me, it waxes and wanes in dramatic fashion, do you think there is too much hero worship going on here?

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20 comments:

  1. Aw, how awkward for the poor guy. ❤️

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  2. Ooo, great description and an intriguing situation!

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  3. I think anyone who's ever had a crush on someone can relate to that last line.

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  4. Sounds like someone is crushed out in love with Nickolas

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    1. That's for sure. ~grin~ Thank you for visiting, my dear. You are ever so kind.

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  5. Yes, he is fawning a bit too much. Why are you hoarding BloodMoon?

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    1. Heh... I agree. I'm just not ready to share my love child with the cold, cruel world. Nor am I interested in all the work of self publishing. There is someone I might approach if the desire ever strikes, a similarly oriented author who also works as a publisher.

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  6. No, you can't have too much hero worship. You do tend to make it warm over here with your words.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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  7. Just enough fanning for it all to be awkward and make someone doubt everything. Poor dear.

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