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Reading: A cool short, called “Soft” by Cat Rambo

Hey, guys. Fugit here with a quick shout out.

I just finished reading a short and sweet little piece sent to me by Daily Science Fiction, called “Soft.”

“Soft” cautions us on the potential ramifications of animal testing and what that could mean for us, as a race, if one day we find ourselves a few rungs down on the proverbial food-chain-ladder. It’s a short and easy read, but one I felt worth mentioning. Check out the author, Cat Rambo’s website. It looks like she’s busy publishing tons of work!

Good job, Rambo.

Fugit

Reading: Just finished Copper and Steel

What is Fugit reading? Perhaps you’d like to read the same thing? Of course you would! This is the first post in a new content category. Cool, right?

Fugit just finished a nice short piece from Lynette Mejia, titled, Copper and Steel. Sometimes he’s able to read the pieces sent to him from Daily Science Fiction, but sometimes he gets backed up for days, or more — or more! The title, having piqued his interest prior, drew him back several several mouse rolls in his inbox just to find the email containing the story.

Fugit tells us, “While I wasn’t thrilled with the ending, I still enjoyed the story and the premise; enough to share it.”

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