Recruiting Drive

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Coli and her sister have gotten their ship out of hock, but without enough crew, the Choosaraf will slide back into debt. They need a Negotiator to help the merchant clanship recover -- and Coli will have to find one on her own, without her sister guarding her back.

Previously published in Fantastic Furry Stories #2 and Best in Show, this is a direct sequel to "Spoonfuls of Sugar." More
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About Elizabeth McCoy

Elizabeth McCoy's fiction has appeared in Marion Zimmer Bradley's Sword and Sorceress #7, in the "Best In Show" anthology by Sofawolf*, and in the fanzine "Pawprints" (published by Conrad Wong & T. Jordan Peacock). Her tabletop RPG writing is published by Steve Jackson Games. As her author bios in SJ Games' material continually state, she lives in the Frozen Wastelands of New England, with a spouse, child, and assorted cats.

She hopes that her work will be enjoyed, and is always a bit awkward about referring to herself in the third person.

*Best in Show has been re-published as: "Furry!: The Best Anthropomorphic Fiction!" (Fred Patten, ed.)

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Gareth Ellzey reviewed on July 11, 2012

Set in the universe of the Kintarans (cat-centaurs), and an immediate sequel to 'A Spoonful of Sugar,' this tale deals with the two sisters' efforts to find crew members to replace those who are departing. Coli decides that what worked for her forebears might just work for the present situation. Her efforts are rewarded, in more ways than one!
As usual, the story held me up, reading it after I should have been bed. Meshing identifiable motivations and engaging personalities with a real awareness of the alieness of a feline sextoped: "Under the other paw, however..." "After her hearts had finished pounding..." "Coli thought her sister to be swifter, and seasoned from bar-brawls and occasional dominance-spats." "She carefully tucked her tail under a hind-foot; even concealed, she felt it lashing against her belly ..."
I recommend this tail, er. TALE!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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