It’s a book!

ITSNOTOURFAULT_FBThumbThe anthology is out! Whohoooooo! I’m so excited to share this little story with the world. I hope you like Jordan and Nay as much as I do.

What would a release day be without a party?

And what would a party be without party favors?

Pretty dull, that’s what.

For the next week, you can enter the Rafflecopter as many times as you want, and the prize is a signed paperback of the anthology! I’ll ship worldwide, and if you want me to wait until the end of the month, I’ll see if I can get Andrea Speed to sign it too!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

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First Time for Everything

A Harmony Ink Press Young Adult Title

There’s nothing like the first time. Whether it’s a first crush, first date, first kiss, or finding tolerance and approval for the first time, for gay, lesbian, bi, and trans teens—or those still exploring and discovering their sexuality and identity—these important firsts can shape the rest of their lives. Gathering the courage to come out to their families, admit their feelings to a friend, or go to school presenting as the people they really are can be a struggle. But with the support of their allies and their own inner strength, the brave young people in these stories take the first steps toward happiness and living on their own terms. From sweet stories of newly discovered love, humorous accounts of awkward dinners and dances, to fights for acceptance and even survival, the teens in this anthology must face new challenges and rise to meet them. These are the first times they’ll never forget.

Midnight in the Maze by J. Leigh Bailey
A Warrior from a Different Tribe by S.A. Garcia
His World by Eric Gober
Just Right by John Goode
It’s In Their Kiss by Kevay Gray
It’s Not Our Fault by Charli Green
Courting Billy Roth by Nick Hasse
Dressed to Swim by Renee Hirsch
Beautiful by Ella Lyons
First Date by Nicole McCormick
Step by Step by Emily Moreton
Kissing Scars by Jo Ramsey
Dear Cody by Eric Renner
Dating My Best Friend by Caitlin Ricci
Summer Crush by SR Silcox
When Wolverine Met Taylor by Andrea Speed
Me and My Friend by Emery C. Walters
Kiss and Makeup by Allison Wonderland

 

It’s Not Our Fault by Charli Green

Jordan Pond graduated from high school a year early. He didn’t know he’d have three weeks to fill before his first day of classes at the community college. He also didn’t know that during those seemingly endless weeks he’d have an awkward painful experience at Powell’s City of Books that might turn out to be the best thing that ever happened to him, even if it causes him to question everything he thought he knew about himself.

 

Buy the anthology from Amazon.

 

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2 responses

  1. Hi Charli, thank you for a chance to win this anthology, which of course includes your story 😀

    I love the subtle cover and the hint to the story within. The two hands just touching, a distance between them, suggesting forbidden, hidden or even a new tentative one. Hmm tricky question I love reading all books and I just sometimes like a bit of nostalgia and glance back at some of those youthful first times. It also reminds me of the time a very close friend came out to me and we tried to find books for him to read in the library and none were available. Although it is still tricky to find books in the library, it is so much easier to find GLBT YA books and I just enjoy reading them.

    September 4, 2014 at 8:38 am

    • Thanks, Sula! 🙂

      I’m glad it’s so much easier to find queer YA books too. Now we just have to get them into the libraries so cost won’t be an obstacle. *fingers crossed that happens soon*

      September 4, 2014 at 8:07 pm

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