You can now read my short story “Freefall” for free at the Daily Science fiction website.  To whet your appetite, here’s how it starts:

Freefall was the best part of a jump.

As she fell, Gina Wright looked down at Earth, half shadowed beneath her as dawn crept toward her landing target in Kansas, and relished the knowledge that she was about to demolish the world freefall record by more than 20,000 miles. This was going to be so much better than her spacejump from the old International Space Station. She would have forty minutes of freefall before she even entered the atmosphere.
Read the rest here.  It’s short, only 1200 words.

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