All Signs Point To Yes

All Signs Point To Yes
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May 31, 2022
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A haunted Aquarius finds love behind the veil. An ambitious Aries will do anything to stay in the spotlight. A foodie Taurus discovers the best eats in town (with a side of romance). A witchy Cancer stumbles into a curious meet-cute. Whether it’s romantic, platonic, familial, or something else you can’t quite define, love is the thing that connects us. All Signs Point to Yes will take you on a journey from your own backyard to the world beyond the living as it settles us among the stars for thirteen stories of love and life. These stories will touch your heart, speak to your soul, and have you reaching for your horoscope forevermore. Contributors: g. haron davis (Aries) Adrianne White (Aquarius) Cam Montgomery (Ophiuchus) Tehlor Kay Mejia (Gemini) Mark Oshiro (Libra) Eric Smith (Scorpio) Emery Lee (Pisces) Byron Graves (Virgo) Karuna Riazi (Cancer) Roselle Lim (Taurus) Alexandra Villasante (Capricorn) Lily Anderson (Sagittarius) Kiana Nguyen (Leo)

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Great collection of short multicultural romance stories based on astrological signs. There's a little something for everyone with not only magic surrealism but contemporary stories! I'm a huge fan of short story anthologies and this one delivers!

Some of my favorites:

Ruler and Killer by G. Haron Davis

Hunger Games meets The Grace Year where a young witch’s desire leads her to the unexpected

Doublespeak by Tehlor Kay Mejia

Two cousins' quest for love ends with one finding what she really desired

Mucho, Mucho Amor by Alex Villasante

A request by a mother shows that love and support can be found in the least expected places

There’s a short story for everything. Queer and diverse representation in romantic tales that are contemporary to fantasy.

Engaging, page-turning anthology of short stories that go over the thirteen astrological signs.
Good Points
1. Great collection of diverse short romance stories
2. Queer and diverse representation
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