Think teens should be able to read #LGBTQ fiction? Please support this #YA queer anthology

I think it’s SO important to get #LGBTQ fiction into teens’ hands, to help queer teens see reflections of themselves and know that they are not alone, and they are okay just as they are.

If you agree, PLEASE consider pledging your support to a #LGBTQ fantasy/magic YA anthology on Kickstarter that I have a piece in. You can pledge as little as $1 to show your support. 10 out of the 12 stories have queer main characters.

This project needs to be fully funded in order to become a reality, and it is only half funded!

If you pledge $10 you get an ebook copy when the anthology comes out, pledge $25 and you get the ebook and physical copy of the book.

My short story “Protection” has a lesbian with magical powers who faces a bully.You can read an excerpt.

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