lessthanthreepress
lessthanthreepress:

NOW AVAILABLE: PROJECT FIERCE CHICAGO ANTHOLOGY
LT3’s Project Fierce Chicago anthology is now available in the LT3 Book Market and at all major retailers!

Nobody deserves to be without a home. In collaboration with several authors, Less Than Three Press offers up an anthology of stories about young people who find that home and family are not always where you expect to find them.All proceeds from this charity anthology will be donated to Project Fierce Chicago.Project Fierce Chicago’s mission is to reduce LGBTQ youth homelessness in Chicago by providing affirming, no-cost transitional housing and comprehensive support services to homeless LGBTQ young adults. PFC also aims to encourage community-building and civic engagement through cooperative living and youth leadership development.LT3’s Project Fierce Chicago charity anthology includes 20 short stories from Aeris, Vicktor Alexander, Talya Andor, C.J. Anthony, Blaine D. Arden, Kayla Bain-Vrba, Sophie Bonaste, Kenzie Cade, Jana Denardo,Alessandra Ebulu, Dianne Hartsock, Leta Hutchins, Caitlin Ricci, Lor Rose, B. Snow, Rin Sparrow, Andrea Speed, Piper Vaughn, Layla M. Wier, and Xara X. Xanakas.

Pairings: M/M, F/F, genderqueer
Word count: 165,000
Price: $8.99
Content: Contains no explicit content

lessthanthreepress:

NOW AVAILABLE: PROJECT FIERCE CHICAGO ANTHOLOGY

LT3’s Project Fierce Chicago anthology is now available in the LT3 Book Market and at all major retailers!

Nobody deserves to be without a home. In collaboration with several authors, Less Than Three Press offers up an anthology of stories about young people who find that home and family are not always where you expect to find them.

All proceeds from this charity anthology will be donated to Project Fierce Chicago.

Project Fierce Chicago’s mission is to reduce LGBTQ youth homelessness in Chicago by providing affirming, no-cost transitional housing and comprehensive support services to homeless LGBTQ young adults. PFC also aims to encourage community-building and civic engagement through cooperative living and youth leadership development.

LT3’s Project Fierce Chicago charity anthology includes 20 short stories from Aeris, Vicktor Alexander, Talya Andor, C.J. Anthony, Blaine D. Arden, Kayla Bain-Vrba, Sophie Bonaste, Kenzie Cade, Jana Denardo,Alessandra Ebulu, Dianne Hartsock, Leta Hutchins, Caitlin Ricci, Lor Rose, B. Snow, Rin Sparrow, Andrea Speed, Piper Vaughn, Layla M. Wier, and Xara X. Xanakas.

  • Pairings: M/M, F/F, genderqueer
  • Word count: 165,000
  • Price: $8.99
  • Content: Contains no explicit content
nikerymis
lessthanthreepress:

SAVE WITH LT3 REWARD POINTS!
LT3’s reward points program is one of many benefits to ordering LT3 titles through the LT3 Book Market. For every $1.00 you spend in the LT3 Book Market, you earn 1 reward point. Each reward point is worth $0.05 off a future order. You can use reward points on ebooks and paperbacks, bundles or preorders, sales and anything you can imagine. If we sell it, you earn reward points from it and can spend your reward points on it!
For example, if you buy an ebook priced at $3.99, you earn 4 reward points, worth $0.20 off a future order. Reward points don’t expire, so you can use them for a small discount on your next order or save them up for a free book in the future.
To view your current reward points balance, log into your LT3 Book Market account. Click the “My Account” link in the upper left to display the Account Dashboard. Scroll down; your Reward Points balance is displayed in the lower left of your Account Dashboard.
There are a couple of caveats:  you can’t use a partial reward point balance (i.e., if you have $0.20 in reward points, you can either use it all or none of it). If you redeem your points against an entire order, an LT3 admin needs to approve it on the backend (usually done within a few hours, and you’ll get an email notice), and it takes app. 24 hours after you earn points before you can use them. (If you want them sooner, simply email the admin and we’ll push them through.)
If you have more reward points than can be used on a single order, your balance is saved. E.g., if you have $4.50 in reward point money and you use it on an $3.99 book, that extra $0.50 is saved for future use.
Go forth and save $$!

lessthanthreepress:

SAVE WITH LT3 REWARD POINTS!

LT3’s reward points program is one of many benefits to ordering LT3 titles through the LT3 Book Market. For every $1.00 you spend in the LT3 Book Market, you earn 1 reward point. Each reward point is worth $0.05 off a future order. You can use reward points on ebooks and paperbacks, bundles or preorders, sales and anything you can imagine. If we sell it, you earn reward points from it and can spend your reward points on it!

For example, if you buy an ebook priced at $3.99, you earn 4 reward points, worth $0.20 off a future order. Reward points don’t expire, so you can use them for a small discount on your next order or save them up for a free book in the future.

To view your current reward points balance, log into your LT3 Book Market account. Click the “My Account” link in the upper left to display the Account Dashboard. Scroll down; your Reward Points balance is displayed in the lower left of your Account Dashboard.

There are a couple of caveats:  you can’t use a partial reward point balance (i.e., if you have $0.20 in reward points, you can either use it all or none of it). If you redeem your points against an entire order, an LT3 admin needs to approve it on the backend (usually done within a few hours, and you’ll get an email notice), and it takes app. 24 hours after you earn points before you can use them. (If you want them sooner, simply email the admin and we’ll push them through.)

If you have more reward points than can be used on a single order, your balance is saved. E.g., if you have $4.50 in reward point money and you use it on an $3.99 book, that extra $0.50 is saved for future use.

Go forth and save $$!

nikerymis
mostlycatsmostly:

theparadoxmachine:

alanahikarichan:

hideousblob:

mostlycatsmostly:

Raising Kittens
(via Valerija S. Vlasov)

dsfklsajflsjfdlk that’s the german word for kittens?
katzenkinder?
literally: “cat children”
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ;w;

ISN’T GERMAN A CUTE LANGUAGEDO YOU KNOW THE GERMAN WORD FOR BATIT’S FLEDERMAUSFLUTTER-MOUSEHOW IS THAT NOT JUST KAWAII AS HECK

My favorite is their word for bagpipes.
DUDELSACK
doodle sack
seriously
But then their word for skull is Totenkopf, as in Death’s Head. 
So German basically has two settings, kawaii and metal, and there is no in between. 
I love German.

Reblogging for the German lesson.

mostlycatsmostly:

theparadoxmachine:

alanahikarichan:

hideousblob:

mostlycatsmostly:

Raising Kittens

(via Valerija S. Vlasov)

dsfklsajflsjfdlk that’s the german word for kittens?

katzenkinder?

literally: “cat children”

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ;w;

ISN’T GERMAN A CUTE LANGUAGE

DO YOU KNOW THE GERMAN WORD FOR BAT

IT’S FLEDERMAUS

FLUTTER-MOUSE

HOW IS THAT NOT JUST KAWAII AS HECK

My favorite is their word for bagpipes.

DUDELSACK

doodle sack

seriously

But then their word for skull is Totenkopf, as in Death’s Head. 

So German basically has two settings, kawaii and metal, and there is no in between. 

I love German.

Reblogging for the German lesson.