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Telling the Bees

Telling the Bees There was a girl who died every morning and it would not have been a problem except that she kept bees

  • Title: Telling the Bees
  • Author: T. Kingfisher
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 352
  • Format: ebook
  • There was a girl who died every morning, and it would not have been a problem except that she kept bees.

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    About "T. Kingfisher"

    1. T. Kingfisher

      T Kingfisher is the vaguely absurd pen name of Ursula Vernon In another life, she writes children s books and weird comics, and has won the Hugo, Sequoyah, and Ursa Major awards, as well as a half dozen Junior Library Guild selections.This is the name she uses when writing things for grown ups.When she is not writing, she is probably out in the garden, trying to make eye contact with butterflies.

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    1. WELCOME TO DECEMBER PROJECT!last year, i carved out my own short story advent calendar as my project for december, and it was so much fun i decided to do it again this year! so, each day during the month of december, i will be reading a short story and doing the barest minimum of a review because ain't no one got time for that and i'm already so far behind in all the things. however, i will be posting story links in case anyone wants to read the stories themselves and show off how maybe someone [...]


    2. Review first published on FantasyLiterature:There was a girl who died every morning, and it would not have been a problem except that she kept bees.With this intriguing beginning, we are introduced to an unnamed girl who lives alone in small cottage. Early each morning, after a long, sleepless night, she dies. A few hours later she gasps and shudders her way back to life again. Then she goes to tell her bees that their old master has died, and she is the new master, because bees require respect [...]



    3. I have never yet been disappointed byT. Kingfisher/ Ursula Vernon, and I don't expect that I shall be. This is a very short story, quick to read, but the imagery and language stuck with me.


    4. She packs a lot into less than 1,000 words, exploring the consequences of curses, to be dead but not dead, and to long to still be part of life. This might be a retelling of Sleeping Beauty, if you tilt your head and squint.



    5. Not sure what to say about this one except that I enjoyed it. My first short story from the author. I'm looking forward to read some more other stories from her.



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