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Embrace love in these three, LGBT short stories by Ever After Print

In these times of sadness and strife, sometimes what gets us through the day is the knowledge that we can go to bed and read a book before drifting off to the land of nod. So why not make that book super queer? That’s where Ever After Print comes in.

We’ve talked about Ever After Print before with the Kickstarter of their short story turned graphic novel, Love Potion, but they’ve been successful before with their past stories – For Ever and People Notice The Rain.

However, Ever After Print also has a range of short stories, including a short story set that consists of three, small tales that you can purchase for just €12.00. Now that’s what we call a bargain!

The three stories are:

Two Things: Car has been searching for ways to take revenge on his ex. When the schoolplay arrives, he sees the perfect opportunity. What he didn’t see coming was Star, and his pear green eyes.

Friday Night: Albert has lived across from Thomes Holmes for 7 years. In all those years, they’ve only talked a handful of times. Until one Friday night, when there’s a party, and Albert is dared to kiss Thomas.

Love Potion: Blair has been secretly pining for the pretty princess across the road. She is okay with that. Until one day, the princess visits her shop and asks for a love potion.

The reason why you should give Ever After Print is simple – they are an LGBT+ focused publisher that creates stories about and for the LGBT+ community. While stories have become more and more inclusive of queer people, the more publishers dedicated to making us the focus in these stories, the better!

To grab these Short Stories for yourself, head on over to Ever After Print’s shop and grab a copy!

Aimee Hart

[She/They] Aimee Hart specializes in queer fandom, video games and tabletop, having started her career writing for numerous websites like The Verge, Polygon, Input Magazine and more. Her goal now is to boost LGBTQ+ voices in the video games industry.