Becoming: A Multi-Genre Anthology for Not Quite Adults

Becoming A Multi Genre Anthology for Not Quite Adults Am I doing this right Whether you ve just started your first marketing job after college are a mercenary trying to make it on your own for the first time in the s or are part of a magical study

  • Title: Becoming: A Multi-Genre Anthology for Not Quite Adults
  • Author: Kellie Sheridan Majanka Verstraete E. Latimer Angela Shelly Katherine Bogle Janna Jennings Taylor Hondos Kellie Bean
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 377
  • Format: ebook
  • Am I doing this right Whether you ve just started your first marketing job after college, are a mercenary trying to make it on your own for the first time in the 2300s, or are part of a magical study group where nothing ever goes according to plan, figuring out how to adult usually leads to a few adventures, and even disasters.Join the authors of Patchwork Press in Am I doing this right Whether you ve just started your first marketing job after college, are a mercenary trying to make it on your own for the first time in the 2300s, or are part of a magical study group where nothing ever goes according to plan, figuring out how to adult usually leads to a few adventures, and even disasters.Join the authors of Patchwork Press in eight genre hopping stories all about figuring out adulting in a hodgepodge of worlds that can feel anything but easy to navigate.Featuring stories by Kellie Sheridan, E Latimer, Katherine Bogle, Taylor Hondos, Eliza Boyd, Majanka Verstraete, Janna Jennings Angela Shelly

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    1. This review is for Something New by Eliza Boyd as part of this anthology."One thing at a time."This was a very sweet story about Erin and Eli. Two college kids who are still trying to find themselves in this crazy world. They bond over similar interests and find solace in one another.Erin being far from home and not being close with her family, and Eli whose life revolves around the family he cherishesey are the perfect ying and yang."My best friend. My anchor. Mymething else I can't possibly na [...]

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