So instead my muse suggests: Saida on a crowded intra-airport monorail tram going between gates. The monorail comes to a dead stop, helpless, at the sound of an explosion. The explosion is Clover the mega-rat arriving. The monorail looks appetizing!
I feel like one of the Saida misadventure flashfics should have her on a vehicle that’s being eaten, since I don’t think I’ve really tried to write a scene with that POV. Also with one or two other mega-predators. Maybe Sarah the wolf, just leaning over a city…
You know, I was preparing myself to find a lot of fault with “Saida & Autumn” as I went back to it, but…it’s actually still pretty good? A lot of “slice of life but mixed size” going on I had a lot of fun with.
As someone with a good white collar job that's (so far) survived the pandemic, I shouldn't complain, but everything about the way our once independent subsidiary is being merged into the parent company has been, if I may use a technical term, a clusterfuck shitshow.
Well, at least I’m (mostly) able to make time to do editing on “Saida & Autumn.” Reminded that I’m actually really proud of it—and also that it’s a really different picture of Saida than the “she gets eaten by everybody” flashfics…
I am being asked Questions™ about what ultimately happened to the human protagonist in my flower-coyote story “Wildflowers,” and may have made a mistake by not responding “you tell me what YOU think happened to her.”
This restaurant is called "Tiki Docks," and it's just a little over two miles from where I lived two decades ago. As usual for Tampa it is not a real tiki bar but the food and the puka punch were both decent.
On a riverfront restaurant deck that's almost at the top of tall palm trees, with enough shoreline space I could imagine a giant Kailani sitting there sipping a rum drink and cheerfully chatting down to patio diners who got over their nervousness.
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