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The Old Woman and Other Lesbian Stories
     

The Old Woman and Other Lesbian Stories

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by Q. Kelly
 

THE OLD WOMAN: Jessica is a pretty good best friend, but she goes too far when she dares Rachel to ask an old woman on a date. Rachel has no choice; otherwise Jessica will do the asking, and Rachel has no intention of humiliating the old woman. Turns out maybe Jessica's idea was not so bad after all. There is a lot more to Ada than her age.

FUNERAL: Olivia

Overview

THE OLD WOMAN: Jessica is a pretty good best friend, but she goes too far when she dares Rachel to ask an old woman on a date. Rachel has no choice; otherwise Jessica will do the asking, and Rachel has no intention of humiliating the old woman. Turns out maybe Jessica's idea was not so bad after all. There is a lot more to Ada than her age.

FUNERAL: Olivia takes a drastic step to combat lesbian bed death.

THE LESBIAN CURSE: Becky and Katy are in middle school and tussling over a boy. Becky curses Katy, saying Katy will become a lesbian.

POLLY WANNA CRACKER: Polly is a bird. A parrot, to be exact. She follows the goings-on of her human family, especially Faye, the daughter, and Glenda, the mother. Polly knows their secrets too. Will Polly spill the beans when she finds herself able to talk after bonking her head against a window?

WHAT GIRLFRIEND?: Bobbie hopes her one-night stand won't pull the U-Haul trick.

HAUNTED: Haunted people? Sure, they're everywhere. Haunted houses? Oooh, spooky. Good movie fodder. Excellent for campfire scares. Haunted cars? They’re not unheard of. But haunted pens? Yep, they exist, as Linda and Victoria find out when such a pen brings them together.

FORTUNE: Best friends Jackie and Emma go to a fortune teller. Emma is shocked when the teller reveals to Jackie that Emma is her secret admirer.

LILI FROM THE FUTURE: It's a dream many people have; your future self visits you and fucks you.

LIZZIE: Twelve-year-old Shel is not sure if her best friend means it when he says he's going to kill a person.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940032865186
Publisher:
Q. Kelly
Publication date:
11/12/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
473,886
File size:
120 KB

Meet the Author

I live in Virginia, where I am a writer and an editor. I also have a master's degree in deaf education. In my free time, I hike and savor frappuccinos. Fact One: I like corny jokes. If you have any good ones, send them my way! Fact Two: My favorite color is purple, but my writing is gray. Life is not black and white. I often write about issues and characters where there is no "right" answer. Fact Three: I'm weird. I like being weird. Email me at yllek_q@yahoo.com. I'd love to hear from you. Check out my blogs at qkelly.wordpress.com and qkelly.blogspot.com.

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The Old Woman and Other Lesbian Stories 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
dragon47 More than 1 year ago
This is great I love to read about May-December love. Age should not matter when you are in love and this is a good example of what can happen when you don't follow your heart, think of all the time that was wasted over fear of what others would think most men don't think this way and we as women need to stop, go with your heart most times it is right.
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Scoobyfan More than 1 year ago
I highly recommend this short story collection. My favorites are "The Old Woman", "Funeral", and "Lili from the Future." A different style from this great author...the novels are fabulous too. If you want a couple hours of good, funny reading, check out this collection! Hmmmmm...I wonder about that first crush I had...
KalinS More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this short story - "The Old Woman". It's not too burdened with complicated scenario and characters. The story is not so deep but the idea is probably different because it's short and in its few words it keeps a special meaning. I recommend it because for such a short story it has a very nice way of reaching out and touching something important which sometimes we try too hard to bury and not see. Take a moment to read and enjoy this beautiful story - it's worth it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Stories were too short and kinda dumb. Nothing special.