Author Archives: Margaret McGaffey Fisk

To Free a Captured Heart by R.L. Naquin

The blurb for this book didn’t quite match the story so some of it confused me at first. But then, if you’d told me this was a book about a djinn and her friends trapped into being guests at a … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 01-11-2019

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Society (Role-playing Games) The re-establishment of Dungeons and Dragons as both entertainment and social engagement when it first seemed to isolate players from society, a sign of how much the … Continue reading

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The Winter of the Witch by Katherine Arden

I have enjoyed this series from the start because it sweeps you away into the time of Russia’s transition between old religions and new with all the conflicts and difficulties that involves. Arden brings the chyerti, old peoples, to life … Continue reading

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Things That Make Me Smile No.155: A Dragon Out of Glass

A dragon and glass forming. What could be more delightful? The skill and precision of these crafters is simply amazing.

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5 Interesting Links for 01-04-2019

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Teeth (Health) A list of foods that can help with dental health, some of which are unexpected, at least to me. https://www.interdent.com/gentle-dental/resources/15-best-foods-healthy-mouth/ Philosophy (Creativity) An examination of why people in … Continue reading

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