Sunday, May 17, 2015

WeWriWar 103: Rainbow Catcher

Welcome to a new excerpt of Rainbow Catcher for the Weekend Writing Warrior and Snippet Sunday

I'm trying to get Rainbow Catcher ready and if everything goes as planed it should be published at the end of June, so exciting! 

I'm also working on the cover so you might see some changes soon.

Summary of previous episodes: Clarissa is coughing and wanted to watch Everett Cooper on TV but Jason refused, she is due to get her rainbow the next day but she seems scared, to make her feel better Jason leave the TV on.

Now let's go back to business. We start just where we left off last week.
But in the end, he (Everett) caught the rainbow and could sell it to someone in need or, if finding no takers, donate it to the hospital to cure diseases.
"You want a rainbow, Everett is the man," he said in the TV winking at the camera before running back to work.
"Green rainbow it is then," Clarissa said. "Not mine."
Jason sighed, as the rainbow catcher disappeared from the screen. He had sent so many letters to the channel asking for a rainbow for his little sister, but never had any answer. The problem was that Clarissa needed a purple rainbow, one of the rarest rainbows in the sky and one of the most difficult to catch, and they were poor, at the bottom of the waiting list.
"Yours is already on the way," Jason said trying to smile.

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  1. I like the premise of this story with the rainbows.

  2. Catching a rainbow is harder than it looks. Sounds like Jason has a mission ahead of him. Maybe he'll be a famous rainbow catcher of his own someday?

  3. This is a very interesting concept. I love that her brother loves her so much. :).

  4. I am intrigued by the analogy of rainbows to cures.

  5. I'm intrigued with your rainbow story and how the different colors aid in healing and other things.

  6. Ooh, love this idea. I want a purple rainbow too! Great snippet...

  7. This is really fun. I like how you've created a sense of wonder grounded in the real world.