A Rainbow Snippet for January 2nd, 2022 from Jeff Baker.

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Every week we post six lines from a work of ours, a work-in-progress or published or a recommendation of someone else’s work with at least one LGBT character. Posted at Rainbow Snippets here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/RainbowSnippets

Here’s my snippet this week, from one of the earliest of my weekly Flash Fictions. Andy is on a bus writing a letter to Jake with whom he has spent a relaxing (?) weekend. I didn’t think much of this one when I wrote it but now I think it has a kind of kinky charm! Happy New Year!

Thanks so much for everything, and I guess I’ll see you in a few weeks, huh? I could e-mail this, but sometimes the old stamp-and-envelope mail seems so romantic.

I didn’t even hear you get out of bed this morning. Oh, and after I got out of the handcuffs I took ‘em with me. They’ll be waiting for you up at my place, not sure about the key!

Love, Andy

That’s it for this week, here’s the original story:https://authorjeffbaker.com/2016/06/06/monday-flash-fiction/

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8 Responses to A Rainbow Snippet for January 2nd, 2022 from Jeff Baker.

  1. P.T. Wyant says:

    Love the line about the key. (And I admire people who can write legibly while in a moving vehicle. I can barely write legibly on a stable surface!)

    Not so in love with him being left alone and handcuffed. Safety first always!

  2. LOL! You’re right, this does have a kinky charm! Love the tongue in cheek humor while being completely honest, all communicated via letter. (I agree about the romance of the stamp and envelope. :))

  3. janadenardo says:

    Interesting snippet (but oh dear to being left handcuffed and alone)

  4. aldreaalien says:

    Waking up handcuffed and alone sounds awfully dangerous, even if he could get out of them.

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