Maggie Fechner




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Hi Readers!

I am a new author with my first novel Growing Up Gracie recently published by Cedar Fort Publishing. I love to read historical fiction, romance, and family saga; and I don't need a happy ending to be satisfied.
I love to write too. My second novel was recently submitted to my publisher, and I am anxiously awaiting to hear from them.


The world's myriad of parenting ideas, wisdom and advice floating around can leave me panting in anxiety. Recently I've read books, articles, Facebook posts, and blogs that have taught the following:

Praise your children--positive reinforcement is the best way to encourage good behavior.
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Average rating: 4.02 · 82 ratings · 33 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
Growing Up Gracie

4.02 avg rating — 82 ratings — published 2010 — 3 editions
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The Blue Tattoo by Margot Mifflin
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This was the story of Olive Oatman, a teenage pioneer who was abducted by Indians after the slaughter of her family while on the trail west. Oatman was taken with her sister who died before Olive was released. She was traded to a second tribe, the Mo ...more
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Why I Jumped by Tina Zahn
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Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote
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This was a quick-read, character sketch about 19-year-old Holly Golightly and a nameless narrator who is her apartment neighbor. Holly is all at once smart, confused, glamorous, annoying, naive, kind, and silly. She is paid well to accompany New York ...more
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Mrs. Mike by Benedict Freedman
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Mrs. Mike was a nice read about life for a city girl in the rugged Northern Canadian Territories. The reader can't help but love Mike's character. And Mike and Kathy's love story is a sweet one in an ordinary way.
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Still Alice by Lisa Genova
Still Alice
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Wow. This book touched me. This was the story of a fit, intelligent, 50-year-old Harvard professor who is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's Disease. The reader follows her descent into the disease which completely transforms her life within a ye ...more
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The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith
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I love the MC in this series. Mma is intelligent yet innocent; kind yet tough. I love the short snippets of cases that allow the reader to pick up and put down at will. The mini-mysteries are fun. The writing is enjoyable, and I'd love to read more i ...more
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Ruins by Dan Wells
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I hadn't read a trilogy in a long time because I was tired of being disappointed in the final book. The Partials Sequence was different. I enjoyed all three books equally! Ruins nicely closed up the remaining questions and left a satisfying finale.
A Girl Named Zippy by Haven Kimmel
" This was such a fun memoir. From the outside looking in, there was nothing fantastic, horrible or amazingly memorable about Haven's childhood--which i ...more "
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A Girl Named Zippy by Haven Kimmel
A Girl Named Zippy
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Michael Vey by Richard Paul Evans
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