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Margaret McGaffey Fisk is a storyteller whose tales often cross genres and worlds to bring the events and characters to life. She currently writes romance, science fiction, and fantasy but will go wherever the story takes her.
A daughter of diplomats, her early years were filled with many cultures, both very much alive and long turned to dust, and people who both pondered the great thoughts and were grand pranksters. Whether from wild adventures into the desert to climb sand mountains, poking around little known archeological sites, or visiting bazaars and inner cities, she came out of that time with a love of culture and an all too sharp awareness of culture clash.
She currently lives in a Nevada desertscape with her husband, and a rotating collection of cats and sons. When not exercising her creative muscles, she has been known to tame the relatives of beasts in the wild--feral cats. In a different time, you'd find her before a bonfire or with a mug of ale and a lute spinning tales for all who are in earshot. Now, though, you can read her explorations of loyalty, love, and conflict wherever you might be.
Please visit http://margaretmcgaffeyfisk.com to see a full list of her available titles. While you're there, wander around the room to learn more about Margaret and what she thinks you might find interesting. You can always drop her a line through the contact form or leave a comment on her blog. She'd love to hear from you.
on March 11, 2016 :
It's been a while since I read any Science Fiction, and this one is quite long. The story is well told with well sketched characters and well worth reading.
I generally don't give five stars so four means read it especially taken together with the other review.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Jan. 08, 2014 :
Another amazing story by Ms Fisk. I absolutely loved this book from start to finish. It's not just a "science fiction", but a human story with drama and political twists, about seeking acceptance and love and the chance to stand on your own feet. The cultural is well done, very different in many ways from our own, but not so different in others. I loved the relationships, how they grew and developed but above all -- it's simply a good story.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)