|Short-short for your Monday morning
||[Oct. 20th, 2014|07:48 am]
(It will not get longer if you read this later than Monday morning.)
Here is a new short story from me and Daily SF: Emma Goldman: A Biography for Space Aliens. As you will see at the top, this is in the Gronklorf and Fizzoom Notable Earthlings series. Gronklorf and Fizzoom’s Notable Earthlings! Buy the whole set for your spawn!
Or just read this one for free. Your call.
2014-10-20 01:06 pm (UTC)
Oh, gosh, so many hearts! I love it forever.
I had hoped that you might.
I won't exactly say I needed this specific thing right now, but the timing is certainly good.
I am so glad to have made you a thing right now.
Hurrah for Gronklorf and Fizzoom! I was amused and pleased.
Ah good! You vet most of my things before editors see them, so it's always nice when the short-shorts you don't see in advance also work for you.
Oh my God, this story is like a Tardis, a little, little thing and then you step inside and get lost. All the while giggling.
At first I thought this was a really short story, until I noticed the "display entire story" button to click.
I suspect that I would find the Yang-Gutierrez Process to be quite useful.
This was a very silly and fine and educational thing.
Well, if you like the tips of mining tools, there's no reason you shouldn't have them!
You are one of the people I count on not to stop thinking about things when you are amused by them. I value this greatly.
It sounds to me like the Minecraft equivalent of having more than one dishtowel.
Although having an emblem of the really good dishtowel you had once is a little...well, I can see it, it's just...kind of a thing really.
It doesn't count to know where a foam replica of your towel is.
You are not very hoopy in that case? Sort of semicircular really?