Joined 5 years ago from USA
Susan M. Macdonald is a bookworm and a wordsmith. She has short stories published in ALTERNATIVE TRUTHS, SWORD & SORCERESS #30, SUPERNATURAL COLORADO, BARBARIAN CROWNS and KNEE-HIGH DRUMMOND AND THE DURANGO KID. She is the author of R IS FOR RENAISSANCE FAIRE, an alphabetical guide to Renaissance Faires. She is a freelance journalist whose articles have been published in The Inquisitr, the Millington Star, the Bartlett Express, and posted on Krypton Radio.
13 months ago
How do we engage girls in STEM classes? Take them to see "Hidden Figures." Katherine Johnson was a trailblazer. Teach girls to follow in her footsteps.
3 years ago
#ThisIsNotNormal. Hate, bigotry, harassment, this is not normal. This is NOT the American way. We dare not let it become normal.
2 years ago
Is "Shakespeare Undead" worth checking out? Here's my review!
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