Friday Fictioneers: Rainbow
“Where are you going?”
“To see the rainbow.”
“We’re supposed to stay inside.”
“We can go out for essentials. It’s essential for me to see the rainbow.”
“To remember God’s promise.”
“That He’s watching over us.”
“What are you talking about?”
“After Noah’s flood drowned everyone, God make a rainbow and promised we would never be completely destroyed again. I’m going outside to thank God that this virus is not the end of the human race, just a major setback.”
“Hey . . .”
“Can I come too?”
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Friday Fictioneers is a challenge to write a 100 word story from a photo prompt. It’s hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, anyone can play. Click HERE to read other Fictioneers’ stories.
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This is not your typical science fiction novel. It’s set on a planet in the Pegasus Constellation, but there are no monster aliens, and no wars in space.
This trilogy is about people like Lieutenant Jessica M. Hewitt, Rona Montgomery, and High Priest Adumie who, like all of us, struggle with self-worth, rejection, and love relationships.
This trilogy might just be your next read.
Coming in 2020
You mean despite all the negative scaremongering press we’re gonna survive. Hey, that’s worth a celebration 🙂 🙂 🙂
Ha Ha Yes we will survive. And if I ever meet, we’ll celebrate together. ;0)
Oh yes… 🙂
It’s good to have hope in these troubled times.
I agree. It keeps us from falling down the rabbit hole.