A Day at the Inn, a Night at the Palace and Other Stories

A Day at the Inn a Night at the Palace and Other Stories A Day at the Inn A Night at the Palace the short and fantastical fiction collection by two time Golden Crown Literary Award winner Catherine Lundoff features engaging stories about swashbuckling fem

  • Title: A Day at the Inn, a Night at the Palace and Other Stories
  • Author: Catherine Lundoff
  • ISBN: 9781590213780
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Day at the Inn, A Night at the Palace, the short and fantastical fiction collection by two time Golden Crown Literary Award winner Catherine Lundoff features engaging stories about swashbuckling female pirates, opera singers and mercenaries Follow Shakespeare s sister, Judith, and solve the question of who really authored the plays Consort with highwaymen who are A Day at the Inn, A Night at the Palace, the short and fantastical fiction collection by two time Golden Crown Literary Award winner Catherine Lundoff features engaging stories about swashbuckling female pirates, opera singers and mercenaries Follow Shakespeare s sister, Judith, and solve the question of who really authored the plays Consort with highwaymen who are than what they seem , private eyes, bards, spies and even the fey Queen of Air and Darkness Thrilling adventures await in these ten previously uncollected stories about magic, laughter, love, loss and second chances.

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    1. This fine new collection of stories from by two-time winner of the Golden Crown Literary Award and Lambda Literary and Tiptree Award-nominated author, Catherine Lundoff, is labeled on its back cover lesbian fiction.True enough. The protagonists of these stories are lesbians and lesbian relationships are prominently featured, as one might expect. But to apply that label and to stop there is limiting and suggests that one's sexuality is all that defines a person, and that one is gay or straight or [...]

    2. To be fair, I have to admit up-front to already being a fan of the work of Catherine Lundoff.That said, this wonderful collection of short-stories is engrossing and delightful. The stories will leave a smile on your lips, and don't be surprised if you find yourself shaking your head in disbelief and thinking.'I didn't see that coming'. I do have one and only one complaint, which is that I reached the back cover far too soon for my own liking.Brava!

    3. Anthologies are generally hit or miss, but this is a solid collection of stories. The various settings are handled beautifully, and even if some aren't developed beyond the historical reality, they are still explored in enough detail to be thoroughly convincing. I loved the heroines in all the stories (a nice sampling of characters), and the writing was wonderful.

    4. This anthology of lesbian romances has everything. Bizarre horror, Shakespeare's younger sister, a Regency cross-dressing tale (which is the story I bought it for).Lots of fun!(Disclaimy-Note: Reviewer is internet-friends with the author.)

    5. This is a really nice collection of short stories. The biggest problem with the book is that I wanted several of the stories to continue for many more pages.

    6. Witches, pirates, magic, and mistaken identity (women passing as men). I found the collection repetitive. Only two of selections were fantastical and interesting. Vadija and Red Scare.

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