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Harmonious Hearts - Stories from the 2104 Young Author Challenge
A Harmony Ink Press Young Adult Title
Celebrate with Harmony Ink Press as we recognize the talented winners of our first annual Young Author Challenge. Harmonious Hearts - Stories from the 2014 Young Author Challenge, a Harmony Ink Press Young Adult title available from Dreamspinner Press.
Celebrate with Harmony Ink Press as we recognize the talented winners of our first annual Young Author Challenge. This anthology showcases the LGBTQ genre’s best up-and-coming-authors between the ages of fourteen and twenty-one.
The transition from childhood to adulthood is never easy, and growing up presents unique challenges for LGBTQ youth. Confusion, bigotry, and struggle transcend time and place, but fortunately, so does love. Travel with these exceptional young authors from country cottages to big cities, into the past and the future, from fantastic lands of magic to the recognizable landscapes of our world. Regardless of the setting, the characters in these stories, along with families, friends, lovers, and allies, fight to claim their places in life. Their identities and situations are different, but the young people in this collection share the strength and courage to succeed, sometimes against great odds, and they invite you to join them on their journeys.
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A Harmony Ink Press Young Adult Title
Celebrate with Harmony Ink Press as we recognize the talented winners of our first annual Young Author Challenge. This anthology showcases the LGBTQ genre’s best up-and-coming-authors between the ages of fourteen and twenty-one.
The transition from childhood to adulthood is never easy, and growing up presents unique challenges for LGBTQ youth. Confusion, bigotry, and struggle transcend time and place, but fortunately, so does love. Travel with these exceptional young authors from country cottages to big cities, into the past and the future, from fantastic lands of magic to the recognizable landscapes of our world. Regardless of the setting, the characters in these stories, along with families, friends, lovers, and allies, fight to claim their places in life. Their identities and situations are different, but the young people in this collection share the strength and courage to succeed, sometimes against great odds, and they invite you to join them on their journeys.
Cigar, Parasol, Star by Laura BeairdCounting Stars by L.A. BuchananThe King of Dorkdom by Avery BurrowHappy Endings Take Work by Morgan CairTess by Becca EhlersOur First Anniversary by Trisha HarringtonThe Dragon Princess by Eleanor HawtinAn IRL Love Life by Rebecca LongOn Their Own Terms by D. William PfiferGlitterhead by Benjamin Shepherd QuiñonesCity Lights Will Carry You Home by Amanda ReedThe Gift of Flame by Scotia RothWaiting by Annie SchoonoverQuiet Love by Gil SegevParanormal Honor Society by Leigh Taylor
Length: Anthology Novel (294p.) | Genre: Contemporary, Mystery/Suspense, Fantasy: High Fantasy, Fantasy: Urban Fantasy, Fantasy: Fairy Tales, Science Fiction, Paranormal: Other, Young Adult, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Genderfluid | Release Date: July 31, 2014
Buy as an eBook (ISBN: 978-1-63216-188-8) | Buy as a Paperback (ISBN: 978-1-63216-186-4)


I wrote one of these!

harmonyinkpress:

Harmonious Hearts - Stories from the 2104 Young Author Challenge

A Harmony Ink Press Young Adult Title

Celebrate with Harmony Ink Press as we recognize the talented winners of our first annual Young Author Challenge. Harmonious Hearts - Stories from the 2014 Young Author Challenge, a Harmony Ink Press Young Adult title available from Dreamspinner Press.

Celebrate with Harmony Ink Press as we recognize the talented winners of our first annual Young Author Challenge. This anthology showcases the LGBTQ genre’s best up-and-coming-authors between the ages of fourteen and twenty-one.

The transition from childhood to adulthood is never easy, and growing up presents unique challenges for LGBTQ youth. Confusion, bigotry, and struggle transcend time and place, but fortunately, so does love. Travel with these exceptional young authors from country cottages to big cities, into the past and the future, from fantastic lands of magic to the recognizable landscapes of our world. Regardless of the setting, the characters in these stories, along with families, friends, lovers, and allies, fight to claim their places in life. Their identities and situations are different, but the young people in this collection share the strength and courage to succeed, sometimes against great odds, and they invite you to join them on their journeys.

Description:

A Harmony Ink Press Young Adult Title

Celebrate with Harmony Ink Press as we recognize the talented winners of our first annual Young Author Challenge. This anthology showcases the LGBTQ genre’s best up-and-coming-authors between the ages of fourteen and twenty-one.

The transition from childhood to adulthood is never easy, and growing up presents unique challenges for LGBTQ youth. Confusion, bigotry, and struggle transcend time and place, but fortunately, so does love. Travel with these exceptional young authors from country cottages to big cities, into the past and the future, from fantastic lands of magic to the recognizable landscapes of our world. Regardless of the setting, the characters in these stories, along with families, friends, lovers, and allies, fight to claim their places in life. Their identities and situations are different, but the young people in this collection share the strength and courage to succeed, sometimes against great odds, and they invite you to join them on their journeys.

Cigar, Parasol, Star by Laura Beaird
Counting Stars by L.A. Buchanan
The King of Dorkdom by Avery Burrow
Happy Endings Take Work by Morgan Cair
Tess by Becca Ehlers
Our First Anniversary by Trisha Harrington
The Dragon Princess by Eleanor Hawtin
An IRL Love Life by Rebecca Long
On Their Own Terms by D. William Pfifer
Glitterhead by Benjamin Shepherd Quiñones
City Lights Will Carry You Home by Amanda Reed
The Gift of Flame by Scotia Roth
Waiting by Annie Schoonover
Quiet Love by Gil Segev
Paranormal Honor Society by Leigh Taylor

Length: Anthology Novel (294p.) | Genre: Contemporary, Mystery/Suspense, Fantasy: High Fantasy, Fantasy: Urban Fantasy, Fantasy: Fairy Tales, Science Fiction, Paranormal: Other, Young Adult, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Genderfluid | Release Date: July 31, 2014

Buy as an eBook (ISBN: 978-1-63216-188-8) | Buy as a Paperback (ISBN: 978-1-63216-186-4)

I wrote one of these!

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harmonyinkpress:

Harmonious Hearts - Stories from the 2104 Young Author Challenge
A Harmony Ink Press Young Adult Title
Celebrate with Harmony Ink Press as we recognize the talented winners of our first annual Young Author Challenge. Harmonious Hearts - Stories from the 2014 Young Author Challenge, a Harmony Ink Press Young Adult title available from Dreamspinner Press.
Celebrate with Harmony Ink Press as we recognize the talented winners of our first annual Young Author Challenge. This anthology showcases the LGBTQ genre’s best up-and-coming-authors between the ages of fourteen and twenty-one.
The transition from childhood to adulthood is never easy, and growing up presents unique challenges for LGBTQ youth. Confusion, bigotry, and struggle transcend time and place, but fortunately, so does love. Travel with these exceptional young authors from country cottages to big cities, into the past and the future, from fantastic lands of magic to the recognizable landscapes of our world. Regardless of the setting, the characters in these stories, along with families, friends, lovers, and allies, fight to claim their places in life. Their identities and situations are different, but the young people in this collection share the strength and courage to succeed, sometimes against great odds, and they invite you to join them on their journeys.
Description:

A Harmony Ink Press Young Adult Title
Celebrate with Harmony Ink Press as we recognize the talented winners of our first annual Young Author Challenge. This anthology showcases the LGBTQ genre’s best up-and-coming-authors between the ages of fourteen and twenty-one.
The transition from childhood to adulthood is never easy, and growing up presents unique challenges for LGBTQ youth. Confusion, bigotry, and struggle transcend time and place, but fortunately, so does love. Travel with these exceptional young authors from country cottages to big cities, into the past and the future, from fantastic lands of magic to the recognizable landscapes of our world. Regardless of the setting, the characters in these stories, along with families, friends, lovers, and allies, fight to claim their places in life. Their identities and situations are different, but the young people in this collection share the strength and courage to succeed, sometimes against great odds, and they invite you to join them on their journeys.
Cigar, Parasol, Star by Laura BeairdCounting Stars by L.A. BuchananThe King of Dorkdom by Avery BurrowHappy Endings Take Work by Morgan CairTess by Becca EhlersOur First Anniversary by Trisha HarringtonThe Dragon Princess by Eleanor HawtinAn IRL Love Life by Rebecca LongOn Their Own Terms by D. William PfiferGlitterhead by Benjamin Shepherd QuiñonesCity Lights Will Carry You Home by Amanda ReedThe Gift of Flame by Scotia RothWaiting by Annie SchoonoverQuiet Love by Gil SegevParanormal Honor Society by Leigh Taylor
Length: Anthology Novel (294p.) | Genre: Contemporary, Mystery/Suspense, Fantasy: High Fantasy, Fantasy: Urban Fantasy, Fantasy: Fairy Tales, Science Fiction, Paranormal: Other, Young Adult, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Genderfluid | Release Date: July 31, 2014
Buy as an eBook (ISBN: 978-1-63216-188-8) | Buy as a Paperback (ISBN: 978-1-63216-186-4)


Yooooo followers I wrote a thing and it got published!  You should buy the book!

harmonyinkpress:

Harmonious Hearts - Stories from the 2104 Young Author Challenge

A Harmony Ink Press Young Adult Title

Celebrate with Harmony Ink Press as we recognize the talented winners of our first annual Young Author Challenge. Harmonious Hearts - Stories from the 2014 Young Author Challenge, a Harmony Ink Press Young Adult title available from Dreamspinner Press.

Celebrate with Harmony Ink Press as we recognize the talented winners of our first annual Young Author Challenge. This anthology showcases the LGBTQ genre’s best up-and-coming-authors between the ages of fourteen and twenty-one.

The transition from childhood to adulthood is never easy, and growing up presents unique challenges for LGBTQ youth. Confusion, bigotry, and struggle transcend time and place, but fortunately, so does love. Travel with these exceptional young authors from country cottages to big cities, into the past and the future, from fantastic lands of magic to the recognizable landscapes of our world. Regardless of the setting, the characters in these stories, along with families, friends, lovers, and allies, fight to claim their places in life. Their identities and situations are different, but the young people in this collection share the strength and courage to succeed, sometimes against great odds, and they invite you to join them on their journeys.

Description:

A Harmony Ink Press Young Adult Title

Celebrate with Harmony Ink Press as we recognize the talented winners of our first annual Young Author Challenge. This anthology showcases the LGBTQ genre’s best up-and-coming-authors between the ages of fourteen and twenty-one.

The transition from childhood to adulthood is never easy, and growing up presents unique challenges for LGBTQ youth. Confusion, bigotry, and struggle transcend time and place, but fortunately, so does love. Travel with these exceptional young authors from country cottages to big cities, into the past and the future, from fantastic lands of magic to the recognizable landscapes of our world. Regardless of the setting, the characters in these stories, along with families, friends, lovers, and allies, fight to claim their places in life. Their identities and situations are different, but the young people in this collection share the strength and courage to succeed, sometimes against great odds, and they invite you to join them on their journeys.

Cigar, Parasol, Star by Laura Beaird
Counting Stars by L.A. Buchanan
The King of Dorkdom by Avery Burrow
Happy Endings Take Work by Morgan Cair
Tess by Becca Ehlers
Our First Anniversary by Trisha Harrington
The Dragon Princess by Eleanor Hawtin
An IRL Love Life by Rebecca Long
On Their Own Terms by D. William Pfifer
Glitterhead by Benjamin Shepherd Quiñones
City Lights Will Carry You Home by Amanda Reed
The Gift of Flame by Scotia Roth
Waiting by Annie Schoonover
Quiet Love by Gil Segev
Paranormal Honor Society by Leigh Taylor

Length: Anthology Novel (294p.) | Genre: Contemporary, Mystery/Suspense, Fantasy: High Fantasy, Fantasy: Urban Fantasy, Fantasy: Fairy Tales, Science Fiction, Paranormal: Other, Young Adult, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Genderfluid | Release Date: July 31, 2014

Buy as an eBook (ISBN: 978-1-63216-188-8) | Buy as a Paperback (ISBN: 978-1-63216-186-4)

Yooooo followers I wrote a thing and it got published!  You should buy the book!

Tagged: my writing

quietprofanity:

This is a good interview and Lindsay Ribar’s paranormal romance genie books (with a bisexual male love interest!) sound pretty banging, but if you watch this for no other reason, watch it for the interview subject admitting that she basically shopped around Remus/Lupin slash with the serial numbers filed off before writing this series. XD

Seconded.  All hail the Lindsays.

Tagged: book recommendationsto readlollindsay ellisthe art of wishing

Source: quietprofanity

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inquisitivefeminist:

FUCK THE US PRISON SYSTEM

I DON’T THINK I CAN MAKE ENOUGH ALL-CAPS TEXT POSTS TO ADEQUATELY EXPRESS MY FRUSTRATION

OH MY GOD YOU DON’T EVEN KNOW.

I mean, you might, personally know. But I think there are a huge number of things that people don’t understand about the prison system. There are just so many horrific little details I learned while teaching inmates that I never would have guessed and that are still hard for me to believe.

Horrible facts: 

  • Most prisons in Texas don’t have AC. Inmates die. Even COs get heat sick. 
  • At least some prisons in Texas have enacted a policy where inmates are only allowed to send five letters per month. Given that phone calls can be very hard to manage, this drastically limits the inmates main source of contact with the outside world. 
  • All states and the federal government allow you to find inmates so you can contact them. But there are some inmates who can’t be found via these kinds of searches. So, if you fell out of touch with one of these people, I’m not sure how you’d find them again. 
  • Many prisons require books to be cleared before inmates can receive them. Some prisons (Utah State Prison, I am looking at you) will open up a 30-day window for cleared books to be received. But, obviously, if an inmate is doing everything through the mail and you don’t have their books on hand and have to order them… good luck getting an inmate any books.
  • Some prisons only allow books directly from publishers. 
  • There are at least some prisons that never have fresh fruits or vegetables. 
  • Hahaha, good luck getting vegetarian options, even for religious reasons in many prisons.  
  • One of my students once told me he’d been written up for having tweezers—which he’d bought at commissary.
  • Education in prisons past the GED level is generally 100% out of pocket. 
  • Some GED programs are terrible. I taught students with GEDs and little understanding of proper verb tenses. 
  • I could go on. 

Conclusion: the shit is incredibly fucked-up. More fucked up than I even knew. Like, fuck, talk about “microaggrissions.” Talk about systematize, sometimes slow, but always sure dehumanization. Fuck, fuck, fuck.

Holy shit.

Tagged: you're right I didn't even know(assuming this was directed at me and not the person you reblogged this from)but seriouslyHOLY SHITprisons cwus prison systemdeath cwew ew ew

Source: inquisitivefeminist

poesidone said: peach and plum

Peach-The PJO blogging and positivity!

Plum-I’ll Follow You Into the Dark (it’s one of those songs I associate with George Blagden/Nico Di Angelo)

Tagged: posidoneask

jaredpadaleckitho said: Peach?

Peach-the Broadway blogging omg.

Tagged: jaredpadaleckithoask

hannibaleatspussy said: Vanilla, orange, plum.

Vanilla-This is really hard, because everything about you is wonderful, so I think it’s a tie between the fact that you’re brilliant, your amazing taste and movies, the fact that you are an extremely kind person, and your hardcore cuddling skills.

Orange-BEST BOYFRIEND. Literal best boyfriend.  Accept no substitutes.  I would be quite happy to continue girlfriending with you for as long as you desire to boyfriend with me.

Plum-I Write Sins Not Tragedies by P!atD and Love Without Fear by Dan Wilson

Tagged: hannibaleatspussyask

literarymagpie said: If you're still answering these, I'm always curious: Lilac. :)

(Of course I’m still answering!  I love doing this kind of thing! :D)

Lilac-I read something you wrote about Only Lovers Left Alive (although it might have been a different movie) and I thought it was smart and that you seemed like a smart person!

Tagged: literarymagpieask

william-blake-gangster said: Melon, strawberry, and vanilla

Melon: Oh hey that is a cool person!

Strawberry: You have good taste in fictional characters to obsess over.

Vanilla: You’re very smart, which is cool.

Tagged: lolfifty shades of greyfifty shades movieone direction

Source: louyouwhore