Sunday, April 25, 2010

You Never Know Who's Reading

I stumbled across this mention at BestScienceFictionStories.com last Friday:

"...an enjoyable story, and it really made me wonder if I would have the guts to do what some of the people in this story did."

It seems "The World in Rubber, Soft and Malleable" is the story that just keeps on giving. I wish I could write another dozen like it...of course, then it wouldn't be special. Right?

Anyway, thanks to Rusty, the human behind BestScienceFictionStories.com. I hear you, and thank you for the kind words.

Andy prefers Krylon spray paint. (and no, he isn't paid for his endorsement)

15 comments:

Natalie L. Sin said...

: )

Cate Gardner said...

Getting the love it deserves.

Alan W. Davidson said...

What an excellent plug, sir.

Rebecca Nazar said...

Very nice. : )

Brendan said...

It is a truly wonderful story.

Jamie Eyberg said...

Very nice indeed.

Aaron Polson said...

Thanks, all--especially for the nomination, Cate.

Barry Napier said...

Yeah, I was late to the party...just finally read it like a month ago. But it is quite an amazing story.

abrokenlaptop said...

I love that story! I think it's my favorite piece of yours. :)

-Mercedes

Rabid Fox said...

Very cool. I'll be sure to check it out myself.

Aaron Polson said...

Barry - You can't be late to an interweb party. ;)

Mercedes - It was easy to write. Lately, I've been trying too hard (and falling on my face).

Gef - Cheers.

K.Hinny said...

Great comments Aaron!

Rusty said...

Hey Aaron,

I'm glad you liked my post about your story! It was a blast reading it, and I was more than happy to share it with others. A very cool idea - I just wish we could have found out what happened after people went through their doors! Anyway, a very big thanks to whoever nominated your story for the Million Writers Award - hopefully that will allow a lot of people to read it.

Danielle Ferries said...

A great review :)

katey said...

A deservedly awesome review for one of my personal favorites.

I always preferred Krylon too. It's the way to go!