I was also happy to read this great review of my novelette, "The Temple's Posthole" up at Tanget. This is, I think, my best story to date. It's always nice to see people enjoy something I wrote, but I especially enjoyed this review because they enjoyed something I did on purpose. You can read the whole review, but here's the excerpt that made me smile:
But what I love the most is that the story still centers around the characters and the mother-son relationship. I see precious few speculative fiction stories where characters younger than preteen play an important role, so it is delightful to see a narrative that not only has a strong supporting child character, but also pegs his age perfectly with age-appropriate dialogue and action....Even if you are not a parent, you will still find plenty to appreciate in Hutchin's dramatic first person narrative.