Double Release Day: THE DARK WOODS and THE MONSTROUS SEA, the First Two Project Unicorn eZines, are Now Out!

Project Unicorn: A Lesbian YA Extravaganza! has been an incredibly wild ride thus far. A year long fiction project that seeks to address the near nonexistence of lesbian characters in young adult fiction by giving them their own stories, it’s been met by resounding support. Thousands and thousands of people have read and shared the (almost! The last story is scheduled to go up on November 26th) two months’ worth of free short stories.

As promised, the first two months have been compiled into the promised eZines–and today, we’re releasing them. The Dark Woods and The Monstrous Sea are two collections of short stories that chronicle the first two months of Project Unicorn. They include all of the stories that were posted online, plus each volume has two bonus short stories that were never released that go along with the theme of the volume.

If you support what we’re trying to do with Project Unicorn, please purchase an eZine or two, share the news of these releases with your friends, talk about them on social media. We’re doing an incredibly daunting thing with Project Unicorn: addressing an entire group of girls that hardly ever appear in young adult literature. That can’t stand. It’s got to change. We’re doing our absolute best with Project Unicorn to change that, but it needs your support. Thank you. ❤

Available On:

Amazon
Barnes and Noble
Smashwords

Available On:

Amazon
Barnes and Noble
Smashwords

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About Sarah Diemer

I write about heroic, magical girls who love girls. I drink a lot of coffee. Follow me at http://twitter.com/sediemer or find out more about my work at http://sarahdiemerauthor.wordpress.com
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2 Responses to Double Release Day: THE DARK WOODS and THE MONSTROUS SEA, the First Two Project Unicorn eZines, are Now Out!

  1. Leeanna says:

    Woohoo! Bought and downloaded 🙂 I always like the covers you create. Especially the one for Dark Woods — I can’t think of how many times I’ve seen the boy/girl holding hands on a book cover, and thought how awesome it would be to have girl/girl holding hands instead.

    Like

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