How We Began is an anthology with a special meaning. It tells us that love…
How We Began is an anthology put together for a special cause. All proceeds go to The Trevor Project, an organization dealing with crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth. Visit their site, it is a very good cause.
All stories in this anthology revolve around the same theme. How does love begin? What happens when two people fall in love? Is it instant fireworks or does it take a bit longer than that? Some authors were known to me, some are new to me. But all in all the stories are a great read and certainly worth your money.
TruNorth by Alexis Hall
Unexpected Dragons by Delphine Dryden
In a world where everyone is able to turn into a dragon when they are ready, what happens when for the first time in a long time an all white dragon appears that breaths snow and ice instead of fire.
A Song for Sweater-boy by Vanessa North
Ash Cooper has made a mess—an angry prank turned into a criminal mischief charge and now he’s on probation. Jamie Allen has a talent for pattern recognition, but he’s not so great with people—how can someone as well-liked as Ash Cooper not have all the answers? An unlikely friendship springs up between them as they navigate senior year, a probation sentence, and—oh god—homecoming.
The Taste of Coffee and Cream by Amy Jo Cousins
One of my personal favorites in this anthology. A guy comes to the big city every week to be able to be who he wants to be for 1 day. Changing clothes in the same coffee shop every day, one of the cashiers notices what happens and starts wondering who the guy is.
First in Line by Annabeth Albert
Extinction Level Events by Geonn Cannon