Author Archives: Margaret McGaffey Fisk

5 Interesting Links for 07-20-2018

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Automation (Technology) Automation is broadly considered both a threat and a hope. This article explores where automation is possible based on current technology and where a business case could be … Continue reading

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City of Lies by Sam Hawke

This novel offers a rich world, strong story, and characters who are complicated in all the right ways. I did have a few issues with the narrative, but the majority of them were that I’m too quick to pick up … Continue reading

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The Mystic Order of Withlings: Guest Post by P.H. Solomon

I became interested in cultural anthropology when I was seven or eight, maybe younger. Growing up in the diplomatic community and foreign countries formed only part of it, the rest being wandering archaeological digs, exploring museums, and reading about different … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 07-13-2018

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Scrivener (Writing) This article explores different approaches to organizing a series in Scrivener. http://gwenhernandez.com/2014/10/16/writing-a-series-in-scrivener/ Steampunk (History) A fun look at the intersection of history and steampunk with a list of … Continue reading

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Planet Urth (Book 1) by Jennifer and Christopher Martucci

My uncle recommended this post-apocalyptic title to me, and while it has weaknesses, I can see what attracted him to the story. This is very much a tale about taking ownership of your life rather than just maintaining the patterns … Continue reading

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