Author Archives: Margaret McGaffey Fisk

L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 32 Edited by Dave Wolverton

Reviewing an anthology is a difficult task, and I’ll admit I dragged my feet on this one. I read it back in July of last year, but in some ways, this adds a weight to my comments based on which … Continue reading

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Focus on Characters: Trina of Seeds Among the Stars

I told you about the villain of the first book in Samuel, but skipped the main character, a decision I will now correct. If you haven’t delved into the Seeds Among the Stars, or even if you have, here’s a … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 02-16-2018

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Printing (Publishing) This article offers a good comparison of CreateSpace and Ingram Spark for printing and distributing your book. The only issue I found was stating CS does not have … Continue reading

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The Governess Affair by Courtney Milan

This novella contains all that is good about historical romance. While many focus on the upper class and nobility, The Governess Affair stars a coal miner’s son turned pugilist who is using a frivolous duke’s penchant to gamble as a … Continue reading

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Focus on characters: Samuel of Seeds Among the Stars

Everyone loves a good villain, whether that means unflinchingly evil, completely twisted, or working for the wrong side. I’m rarely able to introduce a character I can’t connect with, so my villains tend to have more going for them than … Continue reading

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