Summer Reading

I understand that not everyone has a lot of extra funds to throw around right now, but I thought I’d post that throughout the summer, I’ll probably run some book sales on my work already published.
I’m also going to attempt to make some broad categorizations about my work to help people decide if they want to read, and if they do, where to start, because I actually get asked that fairly often. Series are coded by color, and they are always listed first book first in sequence. 

Stories featuring parents who still have love lives:

Building: A Love Story
Community
Growth

Opening Doors
Good Bones
Presence

The Transition Piece
Hard Science and Modern Art

Stories featuring family drama/the progression of family life:

Lit
Building: A Love Story
Community
Growth

Opening Doors
Good Bones
Presence

Waiting

Stories featuring couples with no children yet/ever:

Storm Chasing
Admission
Blink
The Same Story

Stories featuring a main character with a disability/serious health condition:

Building: A Love Story
Blink
Opening Doors
An Assembly of Love***

Stories featuring friends who become lovers/romantic partners/get married:

Growth
The Same Story
Presence
Waiting
An Assembly of Love***

Stories featuring main characters over 35:

The Transition Piece
Hard Science and Modern Art

Opening Doors
Good Bones
Presence

The Same Story
Admission
Waiting

Stories featuring a long distance relationship:

Community
The Same Story
Admission
Presence

Stories featuring LGBT+ main or prominently featured supporting characters:

Lit
Waiting
Growth
An Assembly of Love***

Stories featuring young/first love that lasts:

Lit
Community
Growth
Waiting
Presence
An Assembly of Love***


***at least one story in this collection of short stories includes this feature

My work can be purchased here.

And a reminder that $3 of every purchase (that’s all my earned profit) for every copy of Lit sold benefits The Trevor Project.
And all my profits from sales of An Assembly of Love go to Feeding America and Doctors Without Borders.

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