Author Archives: Margaret McGaffey Fisk

5 Interesting Links for 12-08-2017

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Tips (Travel) 25 tips from experienced travelers to make your trip less expensive and more enjoyable. http://www.wisebread.com/25-secrets-from-the-worlds-most-frugal-frequent-travelers Reviews (Promotion) Techniques to get book reviews on a title within the rules … Continue reading

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The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden

This is a powerful tale of the changing times between old gods and new, focused on a young woman, Vasya, who can see the old ways but is trapped within the modern world of Medieval Russia. The book starts with … Continue reading

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The Fifth NaNo 2017 Progress Report: Wrap-Up

See all my NaNo 2017 posts. Last week I talked about how the National Novel Writing Month challenge (NaNo) had worked for me. The true chaos of it stood out as the main theme. I also mentioned maybe shifting some … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 12-01-2017

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. STEM (Interesting People) How the organization Girls Who Code helps inspire young people to reach for their dreams especially in STEM even if they might fail, because failure helps you … Continue reading

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Plum Upside Down by Valerie Comer

I have read many of Valerie Comer’s books and keep coming back because of the strong characters, and the conflicts they face in both life and faith. It says a lot for her writing I got confused when I started … Continue reading

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