I'm Olga Godim. My novels and short stories are about magic, swords, and the wonderful folks of my imagination. Welcome to my site.
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Hello, friends. Happy New 2020, the year of the RAT. Such resourceful creatures, aren’t they?
I think I’m in love. You know I occasionally write here my musings about visual arts, but my posts usually talk about old paintings. This time, my post is about modern photography. I just learned about the Aussie photographer Bill … Continue reading
My mother will be 85 on June 29th this year. She lives in Israel and doesn’t travel anymore. Several years ago, when she still could, she visited me in Vancouver, where I live, during the summer. We went to a … Continue reading
This April, for the first time in my life, I participated in the A to Z challenge – sort of. I’m a member of the WEP team, one of the 4 hosts there, together with Denise, Renee, and Nilanjana. The … Continue reading
Happy New 2018, everyone, and my warmest wishes for the coming year. The image of the charming snow maiden in this postcard came from my favorite free image site, Pixabay. ============================== Also I have good news. The science fiction anthology … Continue reading
To all my friends – I made a card for you. I wish you peace, health, and success in whatever endeavors are close to your heart. Let 2017 be a year with a minimum of strife and many happy events. … Continue reading
When Yolanda Renee and Denise Covey, the hosts of the WEP website, settled on the two themes for our October blog hop – Constellations or Halloween – at first I thought to opt out. I didn’t want to write anything … Continue reading
My mother sent me this picture. According to her, there is a new research out there that says computers are good for the older generation. The internet keeps their brains from deteriorating, and their loneliness is alleviated by their online … Continue reading
In my novel Lost and Found in Russia, published in February 2013, two babies were accidentally switched at birth in Russia. Then, 34 years later, one of the mothers discovered the switch and began searching for her biological daughter. Imagine … Continue reading
Welcome to my site. I’m Olga Godim, a writer. I write fantasy and more. My stories are about magic, swords, and the wonderful folks of my imagination. Look around.