Welcome to Rainbow Snippets!
Every Saturday or Sunday, those participating post and share six sentences of LGBTQIA+ fiction on their blogs. It can be their own. It can be someone else’s. It just needs to be LGBTQIA+
To read a wide variety of samples from different LGBTQIA+ stories, go to…
For my own, Nathalie will continue telling her story in Wind Me Up, One More Time. It’s slightly longer than six sentences, forgive me…
“Verity feared she wouldn’t be able to eat or clothe herself if she couldn’t earn a living. One thing she knew how to do was to sew.” Nathalie pressed a free hand to her lips, gesturing to a mannequin in the window.
The giant doll had long, thick curls and a ruffled blouse, very different than Grace’s own wayward curls. “She sat down and sewed and sewed. Dresses, blouses, skirts, yet she didn’t stop there.”
Nathalie leaned down to gaze at her little sister with solemn, shining hazel eyes. “Can you guess what else she made?”
“Toys!” Grace bounced at my own words, excited at the very idea. Stuffed animals were made at the factory. They sat in the shelves, gazing at children with button eyes, trying to decide if one of them was that special person they were going to go home with.
Like what you’ve read so far? Want to read more? Here are buy links…
Mischief Corner Books/Shenanigans Press: https://www.mischiefcornerbooks.com/wind-me-up-one-more-time.html#/