I was about to read Sucker Literary an anthology, so I looked up "anthology" to see what it meant.
Wikipedia, here I come.
I accidentally typed in "anthropology" and I was like, "Oh, shit...this is gonna suck." Of course, I eventually realized I caan't speelll, and picked up the book.
After I finished staring at the multi-colored sucker on the cover (and licked it twice), I began to read.
This is the second volume of Sucker Literary. It contains nine short YA stories, all very different from each other.
I haven't read many short stories, just the Harry Potter series, so this was exciting for me.
I experienced a range of emotions. I went from laughing my ass off at the end of the first story, to checking the cover to make sure I wasn't accidentally reading 50 Shades of YA, to deep thinking on some of life's important questions (which doesn't take much for me).
I love Sucker Literary. I love that aspiring (or established) YA authors have an opportunity to submit their writing, and potentially be showcased in a blossoming anthology (not anthropology!). Soon after, they're sure to find fame and fortune and TMZ weirdos following them around.
All the stories were excellent. And, in the back of the book, everyone involved in this volume has a picture of themselves with a sucker. I know you probably haven't seen it yet, but I'm awarding Laura Jones the Eyes Closed, Nice Lips, and About to Kiss a Sucker award.
No one asked me to suggest this, but I think all of you should support this YA anthology and not only order it, but submit your writing to it.
Go to the Sucker Literary website and give em' hell.
Also, their t-shirts are awesome.