Spring has finally sprung! What better way to celebrate than by reading outdoors under a blossoming tree? Here are a few books to get you going.
Breaking Anchor, by Geonn Cannon
I'm a sucker for a great enemies-to-lovers story, and this is definitely one of my personal favorites. Looks like I'm not the only one; the reviews for it are excellent.
The writer made this love story very real and well developed. Well done! -Mirtha Siblesz, Amazon
Quiet Shy, by Brandon L. Summers
This one had almost a classic comic-book feel to me. My favorite part (which I won't spoil) was Shy's fantastic abilities. This book deserves to find a good home with readers who enjoy the genre.
[The author] adeptly twines magics,surrealism,technological innovation and machinery into a quirky story that, at it's base, is really about searching for the common ground in a world of differences. -Diane Wallace, Goodreads
If you're looking for new authors to try, anthologies are a good introduction. Supposed Crimes' latest anthology, Forest Seclusion, is all LGBTQ-themed fairy tales. It's 100% free, so be sure to check it out!