Free Fiction Monday: Disaster Relief

Ruby had the idea—help the magic users in New Orleans survive Hurricane Katrina. Pretty charitable for a tiny cat. Winston thought he knew why. The southeast Asia tsunami scared her, made her realize her home on the Oregon Coast was vulnerable to natural disaster, too.

But when her offer of help turns into a rescue, Ruby watches helplessly as other familiars move into her little house. And Winston expects her to rebel, because she is, after all, a cat…

“Disaster Relief,” by World Fantasy Award-winning author Kristine Kathryn Rusch, is free on this website for one week only. The story’s also available as an ebook through various online retailers here.

Disaster Relief

A Winston & Ruby Story

Kristine Kathryn Rusch

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One response to “Free Fiction Monday: Disaster Relief”

  1. Maree says:

    You’ve perfectly described the ultimate introvert and social charity.
    Charitable feeling is so often shown as extrovertion. Comforting and affection.
    I am so much more the anon grocery bags on the doorstep. The give the money via the minister, or the show up at your house to do repairs because other people chipped in to pay for supplies.
    The emotional pressure of gratitude is why I think relief organizations exist. We want to help. We just don’t want you to pay attention to us as a result.

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