Everyone is sick. I’m holding steady, and Matthew and Hobkin are starting on the upswing towards recovery. There is much sniffling and coughing in our house. Need. More. Soup.
Saw another review of The 3rd Alternative #40, this one from SFRevu.com:
“‘The Cajun Knot’ by Melanie Fazi is . . . one of the two really excellent stories in this magazine . . .The other excellent story in the issue is ‘Running on Two Legs’ by Eugie Foster . . . a delightful positive tale”
Realized that this Critters batch doesn’t close out this week, but next. Coolness. That gives me a chance to do another pass on the SF story I tossed up the queue, plus gives me an extra week to do the critiques I’ve got on my “to do” list.
Picked up the strands of a kitsune story I started last year. If it goes where I want it to, I think it’ll be a good story to submit to mroctober‘s So Fey anthology. Of course I really should know better by now than to count my stories before I type “the end,” but at least the muse gears are grinding.