Kendall Dee disappears on her first day as a professional hairdresser at a New York Fashion Week runway show. When she turns up murdered, her friend Corry Lindstrom decides to find out what happened. Because Corry, a professional fashion photographer, got Kendall the job in the first place. A job that put Kendall in a kind of danger no one expected. Chosen by the readers […]
Leta’s death leaves her husband Mac with his memories and one famous holorecording. On June 16, 2001, Leta ate at a restaurant called Anna’s, and a time travel recording made of that day later became a sensation.
Leta collected all of the versions of that recording, but Mac has never seen it. Until now.
“June Sixteenth at Anna’s,” by Hugo Award-winning author Kristine Kathryn Rusch, was chosen as one of the best science fiction stories of the year and is free on this website for one week only.
Writers obsess about how many people they have on their newsletter, whether those names are “good” names, what kind of marketing they should do for those people, what kind of writing they should do because of the newsletter, whether the last marketing campaign brought in “good” names that converted to real dollars, whether five impressions with click-throughs and buys are better than fifty impressions with click-throughs and no buys yet.
If we end up obsessing too much…