Tuesday Tag: The Top 10 Video Game Characters

This is a little different of a tag from the normal ones I do, because this one evolved from a Top 10 list! My lovely friend Destiny @ Howling Libraries turned her Top 10 into a tag, and I couldn’t be more glad she did; if she hadn’t, I probably would’ve taken the idea anyway, … Continue reading

4 months and counting…

I keep doing this whole lapse thing in between posts; whoops! (Again). If I’m paying for my URL and hosting, I should theoretically be able to post whenever and not feel guilty by the frequency (or lack thereof)… right?   This time, I have three (!) excuses: Life Work SIMS!   I am verrrrryyyyy wrapped … Continue reading

Learning to Paint

I recently realized that I’m going on almost 9 months since I decided that I wanted to try watercolor painting, and I haven’t really posted much about it on my blog! Nothing specific prompted me to pick up a new hobby – I’ve always liked the idea of painting, but I’m not especially talented in … Continue reading

Book Review – Ready Player One

  Title: Ready Player One Author: Ernest Cline Publisher: Random House, 2011 Pages: Paperback Edition, 384 pages Rating: 5/5 Ready Player One is the ultimate underdog story written by 2009’s Fanboys screenplay writer Ernest Cline. Set in the not-so-distant future of 2044, the world has changed and is more depressing than ever, and we’ve finally run out of our Earthly … Continue reading

Game Review: Bioshock Infinite (PS3)

Developer: Irrational Games Genre: Action-adventure, FPS Mode: Single Player Perspective: First person Platform: Playstation 3, PC, Xbox 360 Rating: Mature 17+ Final Score: 9/10 Welcome to Columbia, the beautiful City in the Sky. In Irrational Games‘ Bioshock Infinite, you play as Booker DeWitt (Troy Baker), a man of questionable moral integrity and a murky past. Set mostly in 1912, your initial … Continue reading

Extra Life Fundraiser + Happy Birthday, Kasyie!

View my EXTRA LIFE 2013 PROFILE ! There are some moments in your life that stay with you forever. Sometimes the moments are good, and the feelings you remember make you smile. Sometimes they aren’t, and they don’t. I have a lot of these moments. I think it’s pretty safe to say that we all … Continue reading