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About the author:
P. Kristen Enos has a diverse background in writing, starting with lesbian and AIDS activism in the early 90's. In 1994, she began a column called "Active Voice" in the LGBT Blade California Magazine. The column focused on her real-life adventures as an out lesbian activist in ultra-conservative Orange County, California. After a period of burn-out, she returned to writing the column in 2011 in the magazine, where it still appears at the time of this write-up.
Otherwise, she spends her time doing a full time corporate job that pays her bills and volunteer work that doesn't, which includes being a professional event photographer.
She also wrote an epic & canon fanfiction series "Bubblegum Crisis Post 2040" based on the Japanese anime series Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040. For about five years, she created and managed the website "This Lesbian's Guide to Anime and Manga". She now expanded her reviews to western material as time allows, which unfortunately is the constant challenge.
Though a self-professed Southern California girl in her heart and soul, she moved to Las Vegas in 2011, where she stays when she's not out having adventures and causing trouble.
For the latest, go to her website www.pkristenenos.com.
Creatures of Grace
P. Kristen Enos
A collection of sword & sorcery short stories with feminist (and LGBT) themes. Intelligent women, controversial issues:
Faye had kept secret her unrequited love for her best friend, the Princess, but magic lessons threatens to expose her in the worst possible way.
The pregnant wife of the greatest tournament champion doesn't realize that her husband has become quite dangerous outside of his competitions.
A farmer, his wife and son are caught in the middle of a deadly clash between a gang of bandits and an LGBT pirate crew (the lesbian captain, her gay male first mate and, of course, a drag queen), a confrontation that may destroy them as well.
No matter how many times she's killed, Petra always resurrects. That impossible secret leads her to become a holy knight who must hunt down people who are like her for the common good.
Three women from completely different lifestyles are united in the home of a countess as her new slaves and their pasts catch up with them in the unexpected pursuit of justice and friendship.
A thirteen-year-old girl's life at her family's inn and tavern is turned upside down when two unknown women come to help out for the harvest festival.
- Publication Date:
- 1484933575 / 9781484933572
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Fantasy / Short Stories