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Hannie

Best Books I Read So Far in 2019

I recently wrote about my ten least favorite books of the year so far, so it seems only appropriate to write about my ten favorites, as well.  I’m quite fortunate this year, as I already have over ten five-star reads, and several of them are new favorites of […]

Worst Books Read in 2019 So Far

Recently, I ranked the video games I played so far in 2019 and had a lot of fun with it.  At first, I thought about doing this for the books I read, as well, but I soon realized that I have read close to seventy books and it […]

The Book Junkie Trials TBR

I haven’t done a lot of reading lately because nothing has caught my eye in a while.  One of the best ways to get out of a slump and find some new favorite books, however, is often to throw myself into a new readathon, so I decided at […]

Mass Effect

Mass Effect Insanity Run Wrap-Up

I recently wrote about wanting to play through all of the Mass Effect and Dragon Age titles on their highest difficulties.  Today, I can finally say that I have taken steps towards making my plan a reality, as I finished the first Mass Effect on insanity, the highest difficulty in the game.  This is […]

Learning to Code, Take Two!

Months ago, I wrote a post about how I wanted to participate in game jams.  Ultimately, that didn’t go much of anywhere because I didn’t have a concrete and actionable plan to follow.  I knew I wanted to code, but I couldn’t actually figure out how to get […]

The Witcher 3

E3: What I Want to See

E3, otherwise known as Gaming Christmas, is almost here!  I, like many others, will be settling into my comfiest chair and watching every single press conference to see what awesome announcements come out of it.  Of course, as a blogger, E3 is a wonderful opportunity to write all […]

Non-Fiction To-Read List!

Recently, I made a post where I discussed the issues I have with getting into the world of non-fiction.  My post ended with vowing to add at least one non-fiction title into my reading every month for the rest of the year.  With that in mind, I wanted […]