Author Archives: Margaret McGaffey Fisk

5 Interesting Links for 09-18-2020

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Fun (Baking) For the cat lovers out there, here’s a collection of easy, cat-themed delights to brighten up your day. My favorite birthday cake was when my mom made a … Continue reading

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The Year’s Best Science Fiction Vol. 1 Edited by Jonathan Strahan (Part 1)

The Saga Anthology of Science Fiction 2020 Anthologies can be hit or miss depending on the editor’s vision. I picked this one up on NetGalley hoping to see a glimpse of the current short fiction world. What I didn’t expect … Continue reading

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Things That Make Me Smile No. 227: I Dare You…

This is a little different from my usual smiles, but we’re heading into NaNo season at a swift pace. (National Novel Writing Month starts in November with prep in October.) The quarantine has been a struggle for many creatives who … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 09-11-2020

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Hummingbirds (Animals) Hummingbirds are fascinating, and this quick video explains a little of why. Despite the title, the video covers a lot more than flying in the rain. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/videos/category/science/why-hummingbirds-dont-like-flying-in-rainy-c/ Cardboard … Continue reading

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Nyssa Glass and the Juliet Dilemma by H.L. Burke

Another dashing adventure as Nyssa attempts to flee a false accusation of murder along with her new friend Ellis, who has his own reasons for leaving. A pair of upper-crust runaways, though, take their forged papers at gunpoint before they … Continue reading

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