Of Cross Dressers and Cupcake Goddesses

I’m am super duper thrilled that The Eclective’s The Pride Collection is finally out on Amazon! I had a ridiculous amount of fun writing my short story “Be Careful What You Wish For.” I mean how could I not have fun with a cupcake obsessed ancient Welsh goddess on the loose? Not to mention a cross-dressing man who’s about to get a little more than he bargained for!

The fourth short story anthology from the Eclective brings together seven writers from across genres, each contributing a unique take in recognition of LGBT Pride Month. Go Team Everybody.

“Be Careful What You Wish For” by Shéa MacLeod – Cross-dresser Ryan Roberts has always dreamed of being a real woman for just one day. He’ll soon discover that when it comes to cupcake-addicted ancient Welsh goddesses, you should be careful what you wish for.

“Saving Suzanna” by Rex Jameson – As Sara and Morgan struggle to escape the ruins left by the Northern Organizational Militia’s campaign of terror, they hear the cries of an infant through the darkness. If they keep running north, they may save themselves… but if they stay and fight, they may just save their future.

“Shero: Glam, Bam, Thank You, Ma’am!” by Jack Wallen – Don’t judge a book by it’s cover and don’t judge a queen by her smooth moves alone! Shero is honored to serve as judge for a local drag queen pageant. When all hell breaks loose, can Shero save the queens from a disaster worse than a loose gaff or broken heel?

“Gay Angels in Heaven” by Alan Nayes – A teenager learns having pride in who she is is far more important than what others think of her.

“Moon Blossoms” by P.J. Jones – Outcast from their colony, two sprites learn to accept that their love is not a sin against nature but a thing of beauty.

“Urbs in Horto” by M. Edward McNally – There are many gardens in the city of Chicago, and none are as different as they may seem.

“Love & Disaster” by Heather Marie Adkins – Becca is finally marrying the woman of her dreams, but she’s frightened of what the future holds in a world that doesn’t accept their love.


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