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  • Title: How We Began
  • Author: Edie Danford
  • ISBN: 9781941361061
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Paperback

  • How does love begin A glance, a gesture, an unexpected offer of help from a stranger or from a good friend A smile across a counter at a coffee shop or video store A secret revealed in a song from another place and time Or in a love ballad crooned at a high school dance.In this anthology of never before published sweet LGBTQ stories, six authors explore the beginningsHow does love begin A glance, a gesture, an unexpected offer of help from a stranger or from a good friend A smile across a counter at a coffee shop or video store A secret revealed in a song from another place and time Or in a love ballad crooned at a high school dance.In this anthology of never before published sweet LGBTQ stories, six authors explore the beginnings of love between young and new adult couples All proceeds will support The Trevor Project s work with crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth.
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    Julio Genao
    all proceeds from the sale of this book benefit the trevor project, which supports LGBTQ youth in crisis.***NOW AVAILABLE!!! MAKES A GREAT HOLIDAY GIFT!!! YOU SHOULD TOTALLY BUY ONE OR TWO!!! OR SIX!!! JUST SAYING!!!***i'll be reviewing these as i read them; stay tuned.TruNorth, by Alexis Hall. excesses in voice and lapses in copy editing and proofing proved extremely distracting, while obvious parallels to current pop-culture touchstones were sometimes as unintentionally funny as they were effe [...]

    ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~
    All proceeds from the sale of this anthology go to support the Trevor Project, an organization that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth. THREE BIG CHEERS to these authors for dedicating their time and talent to help such an important cause. This is a young adult, with an emphasis on the YOUNG, collection of stories that range in length from approximately 600 to 1,200 locations. There is no steam in this book, and I do mean ZERO. Most of the MCs are under 1 [...]

    Vanessa North
    ***5/9/2016 --How We Began is ON SALE for 99 cents!***amazon/How-We-Began-A11/9/2015It's release day for How We Began! I was thrilled to be asked to participate in such a special project, for such a wonderful cause. My contribution to this collection is a YA M/M novella called "A Song for Sweater-boy," and this is the mini-blurb: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 [...]

    Kat ☠
    ALL the proceeds from any sales go to The Trevor Project - need I say any more? *** Pre-reviewAlexis Hall, Vanessa North, and Amy Jo Cousins contributing stories to an antho where all the proceeds go to charity? I am on it like a car bonnet.

    Mel
    HAPPY RELEASE DAY!!I was so very lucky as to receive an ARC for this charity anthology of YA short stories. All proceeds will support The Trevor Project's work with crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth.I think that's enough reason to buy this book—and I will, too, once it's out on Nov 9—but it's also a great opportunity to read a book by an author you already love or maybe by one you weren't so sure if you should buy a whole novel from. Well, this is the exact case for [...]

    Ele
    "All of the proceeds from this volume will benefit The Trevor Project, the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ young people ages thirteen to twenty-four."The cause alone is more than enough to buy this book. And if you 're a YA lover, all the better.Each story is different and unique, and explores the beginning of a relationship. I particularly liked the authors' notes before each story, that explain to the reader his/her purpose [...]

    .Lili.
    I'm normally not a big anthology reader I'm always hesitant to read them because I'm afraid the length of the stories will be too short leaving wanting more. This one I wanted to read for two reasons:1. 100% of the proceeds will support The Trevor Project. A group that works with youth in crisis and suicide prevention. 2. The authors involved with the project.I'll be honest, not all of the stories worked for me so I will only focus on the ones that did. TruNorth by Alexis HallBeautiful writing. [...]

    BWT (Belen)
    I'll admit, not all the stories are super-fantastic, mostly they're sweet, or cute, and there are definitely a couple of standoutsBUT the CAUSE is great. The cause is totally worth it - because 100% of the proceeds of this anthology go to The Trevor Project's work with crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth. BUY THIS BOOK!**************************************TruNorth by Alexis HallHe’s the nice one. Everybody’s third or fourth favourite. His name is Noah and his job is t [...]

    Kristie
    I was so happy to receive an ARC for my honest review Honestly, if you buy want to buy a book right now, this is the one. The proceeds are going to The Trevor Project, a national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth.How We Began is a book filled with stories. These are the kind of stories that make the world go around. These are the kind of stories that teens all over the world need. These stories tell truths, build hope, expand hearts, share [...]

    Meags
    4 StarsSo far I've only had the pleasure of reading two stories in this sweet anthology, but I hope to read the rest soon enough.I was initially drawn to this anthology for two reasons: 1) the earnings go to a good cause; and 2) Annabeth Albert has written yet another N/A story set at Cathia College (like all the stories in the enjoyable Campus Cravings: Higher Learning MM Boxed Set). Albert's current offering, First in Line, was yet another easy and sweet read to add to her collection. But it w [...]

    Laxmama
    There were two stories i really enjoyed ALEXIS HALL's I absolutely LOVED. 5⭐️ for TruNorth by Alexis Hall. ❤️❤️❤️ This story melted my heart, so beautifully worded, It was unique. Noah was so confused, and aimless at the beginning of the story. Watching him develop through the story is increadible, the writing is memorizing.4⭐️A Song for Sweater-boy by Vanessa NorthThis was a sweet high school story, I liked both the M/C's, their interactions, the challenges they faced and th [...]

    Shira Glassman
    A cute collection of LGBT YA; I give all of the stories four stars except for the first two which earned the collection my five star rating, "TruNorth", an exquisitely beautiful, subtly futuristic teen trans f/cis m romance with a musical theme and a happy ending, and "Unexpected Dragons", cis m/m fluffy high fantasy set in a village where reaching puberty means learning to shapeshift into one's dragon form and what happens when it comes late or at an inconvenient time (the metaphor is strong wi [...]

    Tess
    4.25 starsI bought this anthology mainly to support the cause - all proceeds are going to support The Trevor Project's work- and ended up being very pleasantly surprised. This anthology is all about first love. But it's also about growing up, coming out, being brave, and trying to become the person you were meant to be. So many of these characters and their stories really touched my heart. If you enjoy LGBT y/a fiction AND want to support a great cause, I strongly encourage you to buy this antho [...]

    Catherine
    See status updates for thoughts on individual stories.

    Lenore
    Note to self: Alexis Hall alert.

    Bev
    One of the best anthologies I've read, and all for a very good cause (although **mini rant coming up**, isn't it about time we did something like this here in the UKd Europe for that matter?? The situation is obviously no better over this side of the pond and needs addressingjust saying)mini rant over. 5 stars overall from me.Alexis' story Futuristic transgender story featuring boy band TruNorth, their slimy git of a manager (an extremely thinly veiled rip off of Simon Cowell - eek!!) and the tr [...]

    Kasia Bacon
    Review by KASIA BB(ARC provided in exchange for an honest review)This seems to be the year of anthologies for me. I reached for this particular collection, attracted – like a bee to a honeypot – by some of the participating authors. In addition, it is a charity anthology, published in support of the Trevor Project’s important work with crisis intervention and suicide prevention amongst troubled LGBTQ+ young people.Only after having offered to review this compilation did I learn it was desc [...]

    Mónica BQ
    This book has both what I resent and what I love in YA.I find it incredibly difficult to review. I feel like I have very little to say about the individual stories but a lot of thoughts on the overview of the anthology.The thing is that most of the authors made a mistake that I have very little patience with. Teenagers are not stupid. And a lot of authors, in their intention (I hope) of being too careful and keeping things PG commit the sin of making teens seem naive at best or idiots at worst. [...]

    Elena
    3.5 stars All proceeds will support The Trevor Project's work with crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ+ youth.This above and the fact that Alexis Hall is one of the authors were the main reasons I bought this anthology. I didn’t realize until I started the third story that ALL the stories in it would be YA, which isn’t a genre I particularly like. You’d think I’d get a clue sooner, given the blurb clearly states “six authors explore the beginnings of love between young [...]

    ♣ Irish Smurfétté ♣
    Full Buddy-Reviewage on Prism Book Alliance®Yup, my co-reviewer Q and I decided to do this one together, in that I read three stories they read three stories LOLTru North by Alexis Hall 3.5*This story is told in first person and starts out rather dour and dry, almost like reading an itemized list of the things taking up Noah’s life and what it’s become over the last few years. It culminates in Noah feeling lost, separated from himself. He feels alone even when surrounded by thousands. I und [...]

    Veronica of V's Reads
    This review was originally written for Joyfully Jay Reviews and can be accessed here: joyfullyjay/2015/12/reviewThis anthology is a series of coming out/coming of age short stories and novellas that all center around finding that first someone special. They range from futuristic fiction to fantasy to contemporary, and the characters are part of the diverse spectrum of humanity, that also happen to be LGBTQI. Because this book is geared toward teens, the stories are all written about teens and ha [...]

    Molli B.
    4.36 stars (averaged rating).I don't remember the last time I read an anthology and genuinely enjoyed every story in it, but I did with this one. I thought they were all very good, very worthwhile contributions. I'll also say that I didn't absolutely adore any of them either, but I will happily take six 4.0–4.5-star reads over two 5-stars and four 2-stars. Also, it's really hard to beat the cause (The Trevor Project) (even if AJC mentioned "It Gets Better" Attention to detail is an excellent t [...]

    Hot Stuff for Cool People
    I was given an ARC of this book to read- this in no way affects the honesty of my review.I was so excited for this book‐ a ton of great authors, writing YA (I love YA) and all of it for an excellent charity? It sounded perfect. But I was a little nervous, too. Shorter stories are… tricky. Some authors do them exceptionally well, but a lot, even authors who can write the most amazing novels, seem to… have a hard time with shorter stuff. Short stuff is difficult. And a lot of the time short [...]

    Christina's Bookshelf
    First off I love that this anthology goes to The Trevor Project which is such a great cause. Thank you to all the authors for writing such beautiful stories and to everyone involved in making this happen. The second thing I loved about this anthology is the little blurb before each story from the author letting us know their inspiration behind the story; a background. Gave each short story a better understanding. All this being said.How We Began are short stories of the beginning of relationship [...]

    Izzy
    3.75* overallNote: This is a Charity Anthology - Raising Money For The Trevor Project - It Has Been Beautifully Edited by Edie Danford. As A Charity Project There Is No Independent Proofing.Tru North by Alexis HallThere are so many things to like in this story of boy band Tru North. Of course it is about a fictional version of One Direction, but the author has been very clever. He gives us enough that we can see, sometimes comic, similarities whilst never over stepping the mark into parody. This [...]

    Joyfully Jay
    A Joyfully Jay review. 4.25 starsThis anthology is a series of coming out/coming of age short stories and novellas that all center around finding that first someone special. They range from futuristic fiction to fantasy to contemporary, and the characters are part of the diverse spectrum of humanity, that also happen to be LGBTQI. Because this book is geared toward teens, the stories are all written about teens and have teen-levels of heat. So, essentially none. Which is FINE, IMHO. Proceeds fro [...]

    Lotta
    I loved this anthology. Most of the short stories were really nice and the proceeds go to a good cause! I especially loved TruNorth, A Song for Sweater-Boy and The Taste of Coffee and Cream.

    Mercedes
    3.5 starsDidn't read the dragon or FF story but liked what I read.

    Karen
    4.5 starsOriginally posted at For What It's Worth on 11/19/15Overview of the anthology as a whole: This was one of the better anthologies I’ve read. There isn’t a bad story in the group and I was pleasantly surprised at the variety in both genre - sci-fi-ish future, dragons!, contemporary, YA, NA - and with the LGBTQ spectrum. This isn’t just M/M. There are Transgender, Lesbian, Bi, Gay and even Autism Spectrum stories and characters. I do hope we see more of this.Most of the stories are Y [...]

    Alison
    As is usual for an anthology, it's a mixed bag--there are two awesome stories, four pretty good stories, and one that really didn't work for me at all. I bought this because of the Alexis Hall story and it was worth it--that story was full of wonderful atmosphere and humour and a lovely use of language, and it was a bit barren and bleak at the same time. It's quite well done. My other favourite was Vanessa North's story, which was delightful and sweet and awkward and triumphant. Also very well d [...]

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