My last post for the Geek Out challenge covered my top 100 video games of all time. It was a lengthy post and quite exhausting to write, so I think I'm going to keep things a bit shorter this time around. Today's question from A Geeky Gal is about my favorite book series. I guess … Continue reading Ranking the Harry Potter Books – Geek Out Challenge Day 13
Megan over at A Geeky Gal likes to come up with these awesome month-long blogging challenges that revolve around geek culture. So far, she has question sets dedicated to both anime and video games, both of which I hope to get to in the future. Yesterday, she announced a new extravaganza related to general geek culture, hoping … Continue reading Geek Out Challenge Day 1 – Baby Hannie’s First Fandom
Well, it is time. After covering three Hogwarts houses and their video game recommendations, I'm on my final house. Today, I am discussing titles that are perfect for the Slytherin house. Since Slytherins are most often associated with cunning, I tend to think of them as people that would like to explore moral ambiguity and … Continue reading Slytherin Video Games
The time has come for the very last reading recommendations for the Hogwarts houses! I'd just like to thank the one and only Bionic Book worm for coming up with and organizing such a fun idea. Slytherin is the only house remaining, and they are known for their cunning and ambition. When I think about this … Continue reading Top Five Tuesday: Slytherin Reads!
I have been doing book and game recommendations for each Hogwarts house, and today, it's time to learn about some awesome video games for Hufflepuffs. Since Hufflepuffs are compassionate and loyal, titles that involve teamwork and focus on character development are best suited to this group. Take a look at my corresponding book recommendations here, … Continue reading Hufflepuff Video Games
It's Tuesday, which means another top five recommendations for a Hogwarts house is here! For more information, take a look at my previous recommendations for Gryffindor and Ravenclaw. Top Five Tuesday is a tag hosted by the ever-awesome Bionic Book Worm, so go check out her post here. This week, I'm giving some suggested books … Continue reading Top Five Tuesday: Hufflepuff Reads!
Yesterday, I covered five books that Ravenclaws should read, so it seems only fair to discuss some accompanying video games. This Hogwarts house is known for being analytical and seeking out learning opportunities wherever possible. From puzzles to RPGs, there are plenty of games out there that are perfect for anyone seeking out knowledge. Let's … Continue reading Ravenclaw Video Games
All right, it's Top Five Tuesday hosted by the one and only Bionic Book Worm, and today is the next Hogwarts house recommendation list! Today's topic is on books for Ravenclaws, who are best described as people eager to absorb information and learn as much as possible about the world around them. Today, I will … Continue reading Top Five Tuesday: Ravenclaw Books
Yesterday, I wrote about five books that Gryffindors should read as a part of Top Five Tuesday from Bionic Book Worm. Since I write about both books and games, however, I think it is only fair that I also recommend some video games on the same topic. When I think of this Hogwarts house, I … Continue reading Gryffindor Video Games
I recently wrote about my 2019 reading goals and hinted that I had an idea for a book-related project that I wanted to start working on. Well, I am excited to introduce the bulk of what I plan on reading for the first three to six months of the year: The PotterAlike project! Whenever I'm … Continue reading PotterAlike: Reading Harry Potter Readalikes!