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Dec
28

Book Riot 2015 Read Harder Challenge

Book Riot 2015 Read Harder Challenge In order to help expand my horizons as a reader, writer, and editor, I’m going to attempt Book Riot’s 2015 Read Harder Challenge. I already have a substantial to-read backlog of books I own (tsundoku is the term in Japanese, I believe), so many of those are worked in, but I did find a number of books I might not have considered otherwise. Is anyone else doing this or another reading challenge...
Mar
6

Arrow in the Knee (A Skyrim Prequel RPG Campaign)

Arrow in the Knee (A Skyrim Prequel RPG Campaign) After a dry spell of gaming all winter, spring is filled with opportunities to finally get playing. I’m running “Wedding Knight” for myself for my birthday, working on finishing Sasarindo in time for WittCon IX, and even have a campaign in the works. On somewhat of a side note, I’ve also begun reading Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games series, which is actually quite the treat....
Feb
23

A Dance with Dismay

A Dance with Dismay A remarkably spoiler-free review. I just pushed through the last few chapters of George R. R. Martin’s latest installment in the Song of Ice and Fire fantasy series, A Dance with Dragons. On the one hand, there were parts of the story that were just so epic, and my heart was reeling the whole time. On the other, I’m anticipating waiting another four to five years for the next one and damn is...
Dec
28

2011 Goodreads & Last.fm Roundup

2011 Goodreads & Last.fm Roundup Well, I was halfway to my goal of twenty-five books this year, ending up with thirteen fourteen! officially logged on Goodreads (I have no idea how much RPG-related material I read, but it was a lot). Work, this website, my various writing projects and most recently the School’s Winter Court ’12 took up the brunt of my free time (what was leftover from the boy, anyway). I’ll be honest,...
Nov
18

Dark Fantasy Series: Novels

Dark Fantasy Series: Novels Since high school I’ve been on the lookout for new novels to add to the list, for classics and brand new titles or any book in which fair is foul and foul is fair. Stories where the heroines walks the dark path, seeking to bring hope to her world no matter the price. They and their males are sensuous, adamant, dangerous. Their kingdoms drip with politics, intrigue, treachery, and swords and gods and...

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