Sunday, May 8, 2016

Rainbow Snippets - A Place to Call Their Own

Frank didn’t look up from his plate. “Sir, I’m going to Kansas, and you can’t stop me. I am twenty-three years old, and there’s nothing you can say that will change my mind. We’re going to take two claims side-by-side and help each other out.” He stopped short of saying that they planned to live in one house and sleep in one bed.
“I know you know what you’re doing—I taught you how to manage a farm myself—but I don’t think you really know what you’re getting yourself into.”

Get your copy of #APTCTO here:

Also- Check out other great LGBTQ novels on Facebook through the Rainbow Snippets Group!


Can two men find love amidst the pervasive culture of  propriety, honor, and expectation of the 1960s?

My latest novel, Need Your Love is available from Amazon US!


  1. Sounds like an interesting read. I like 1960s US history. I've just submitted a story set in the late 60s myself.

  2. "but I don’t think you really know what you’re getting yourself into." -- Alas, we never do. But it'll be a great story as they learn the hard way! :-)

  3. Heh, well, I suspect he *does* know what he's getting himself into, though he's keeping that part to himself.

  4. Hm... He probably doesn't, as far as the farming goes. But I'm pretty sure he does about the rest. Great snippet -- I love the way his father's concern comes through.

  5. I think he'll have a lot to learn along the way :)

  6. One wonders exactly how much his father knows?

  7. Sound interesting.