This might be a little controversial, so strap in, friends. I'm a pretty big gamer. Considering writing is definitely part of my career and I tie reading into that, too (even though neither of them pay me for it...yet), spending time on my PS4 and playing games is prolly my favorite and most time-consuming hobby. I love… Continue reading The Fickleness of Fandoms
So, I'm a pretty huge gamer. RPGs, specifically. I've pretty much sold pieces of my soul to BioWare and Bethesda, particularly, and I'm totally okay with that. The games that they create makes that totally worth it. The characters who I fall in love with, the worlds that are immersive and vast and let me… Continue reading A Plea for RPGs
Hello, readers! You may have noticed me promoting a pretty awesome blog tour for an even more awesome book the past few weeks: R.S. Ford's A Demon in Silver, published this month on June 12th from Titan Books (I loved this book, as you can see from my review here). You may have also noticed that my blog… Continue reading Five Computer Game Characters Who Deserve Their Own Novels: A Guest Post
So, E3 finally happened. I wasn't lucky enough to go (who has that kind of money?) and that's probably a good thing, because I saw pictures of some of the swag that was there and oh boy, my bank account does not need that kind of temptation put in front of me. I watched most… Continue reading E3 Reponse From the Casually Obsessed Gamer
To some, I'm sure the idea that I lost interest in both watching television seems absurd (just wait until you hear my reasons), but that has definitely been the case...for years. When I moved out and went to college, Netflix and I were tight-knit as you could be. That was my main hobby; binging TV… Continue reading Falling Back In Love With Television
Not Real: Unfortunately, this post isn't about The Hunger Games or related to it in the slightest. Well, except for the fact that I'm borrowing Peeta and Katniss's way of discerning reality and expressing their love for one another to help make a point. But besides that, this post isn't related to The Hunger Games. Real: People using the excuse, "It's… Continue reading Real or Not Real?
I'm not sure if 2016 is going to be my breakout year as a writer, but if I can manage to finish all of the projects listed here, it will definitely be the year that I'm writing. And considering that I have a lot of stories floating around in my head, I thought I'd give you… Continue reading Writing Projects and Goals for 2016