Rainbow Snippet for 8-3-2019

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Rainbow Snippets is a group for LGBTQ+ authors, bloggers, and readers to gather once a week and share six sentences from a work of fiction–a WIP or a finished work or even a 6-sentence book recommendation (no spoilers please!).   Check out all the other awesome snippets by clicking on the picture above.

Still posting from Book Two of The Other Mages trilogy this month, mostly because I’m too lazy to pick something different. (This is also why the same CD stays in my car’s player for months on end.)

Character introduction:
Trebor is an Empath. D’Laron is his best friend and a Healer.
Luthen is… Well, an Elder in their tradition, and a mentor, especially to Trebor.
Katheri is also an Empath, and Trebor and D’Laron are her Sajen – her trainers/mentors.
Sidden is a Healer and Empath, more experienced than Trebor or D’Laron.

This follows from last week:

“…I hear that you and Del have taken on a Qestora?”

“Katheri. She’s an Empath.”

“How was her Awakening?” he asked as he opened the kitchen door.

“Rough. It happened in the campus dining hall and she bolted. Fortunately she was still enough in control of her mind that she bolted to Del’s study.”

“It wasn’t as bad as Trebor’s,” D’Laron said. He reached out and drew Sidden into an embrace. “Welcome. It’s good to have you here.”

“It’s good to see you, Del. It’s good to be here.”

Trebor looked at Luthen. “Thank you,” he said. “This is the best gift anyone could have given me.”

Luthen grinned. “He’s just on loan. We’ll need him back eventually.”

And while I’m at it:
Qestoro is a male apprentice
Qestori is the plural and can refer to males, females, or both.
Mentors/trainers are:
Saj (singular, male or female)
Sajo (male)
Saja (female
Sajen (plural, male or female)









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6 responses to “Rainbow Snippet for 8-3-2019

  1. This “awakening” process sounds intriguing! 💞

  2. Being an empath is horrendous. And waking to your gifts in a crowded dining hall? Yeah, no… I think I missed a few of these. /runs to catch up/

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