Short Story #7 – The Black Hole in Auntie Sutra’s Handbag by Samantha Henderson
And though I was introduced to this little gem via Science Fiction Story of the Day, it’s very, very light on the science.

The characterizations are lovely.  Made me want to pour a glass of mint tea and sit out on the sun porch.  The combination of Southern charm and fairy charms is a pleasant mix.   The story was a bit predictable, but so nicely done that I didn’t mind it.  It’s like chocolate cake.  Just because you know what it’s going to taste like, doesn’t mean you don’t want to have another slice.

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Hmm.  Can you tell I’m hungry?

Eric wasn’t home for lunch and I need him to read how I’ve rounded out part of scene 27 before I feel comfortable moving on.  Been reading all day instead.

No disc makes me sad…

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