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Hannie

A Darker Shade of Magic: PotterAlikes Review

Title:  A Darker Shade of Magic Author:  V.E. Schwab Release Date:  February 24, 2015 Number of Pages:  400 Description: “Kell is one of the last Antari—magicians with a rare, coveted ability to travel between parallel Londons; Red, Grey, White, and, once upon a time, Black. Kell was raised […]

The Perfect Jury

The Perfect Jury Preview

As part of my goal of being a voice for indie projects in development, I’m going to make more of an effort to seek out demos and give my first impressions upon finishing them.  The first game I’m covering as the start of what I hope is a […]

Borderlands

Top Five Games I Want to Replay

There are so many video games to play and a relatively small amount of time to actually play them, so I don’t revisit my favorites nearly as much as I should.  It’s always so tempting to keep moving forward with the next great experience, but taking a breather […]

Wintergirls

Top Five Tuesday: Books I Want to Reread!

I’m not great at rereading books.  Anytime I consider revisiting an old favorite, I think about whether the title I’m about to pick up has aged well, or whether the time I would spend on a reread would be better put towards trying something new.  Regardless, there are […]

The Witcher 3

Witcher 3 Updates: Out of Novigrad

Note:  This update will involve spoilers for The Witcher 3:  Wild Hunt through the Novigrad portion of the story.  Read at your own risk! It took me many hours, but I have finally rescued Dandelion and gone on my way towards Skellige.  Well, I haven’t actually boarded the […]

Tier List

Video Game Tier List Explanation, Part 1

A few weeks ago, I posted one of those tier lists that have been going viral on Twitter, dividing most of the major video games I have played into a few different categories based upon how much I enjoyed them.  I got quite a few questions regarding why I put certain […]

I Am Participating in Classics-A-Thon!

One of my reading goals for 2019 is to make sure that I participate in at least one readathon each month.  So far, I’m actually finding that my favorite readathons are longer, allowing me to pursue the challenges and goals at my own pace.  This way, if I […]