Gaming

My Favourite Video Game Merchants

In video games, there are always NPCs we interact with. There's NPCs that give us quests and reward us for completing them, those we can start a relationship, with or choices we make will affect their the outcome of their survival. But, one group of NPCs that isn't mentioned a lot is merchants. Any sort… Continue reading My Favourite Video Game Merchants

Life

Grammarly Premium Should I Use It?

When I'm considering what to write for a blog post or a fanfiction, the words come to me like wildfire as I brainstorm or speak it out loud when I'm alone of course, but the moment I sit down to actually write it, it feels like my brain just went blank. Then before I know… Continue reading Grammarly Premium Should I Use It?

Dreams

Unexpected Boardwalk Chatter

Now that was an exciting dream, and it should be safe enough to write about on the blog, whether it was romantic or not. But before I get to that, I was trying not to buy anything from the Steam Winter sale that is supposed to end today. Most of my friends there are just… Continue reading Unexpected Boardwalk Chatter

Gaming

Call of Cthulhu – Path to Madness

Welcome to my first game review of 2022! Another game beat, it seems that I've spent the last few months clearing the horror games on my backlog the most since I've started to enjoy survival horror games more! This one I had to play since I'm a Lovecraft fan, it's inspired by his most famous… Continue reading Call of Cthulhu – Path to Madness

books

The Two Princesses of Bamarre – Quest for the Gray Death Cure

Starting off 2022 with another childhood book review that I never got a chance to read by the same author. I always feel like all I do when on the night shift is work and sleep, but when it's quiet, I can do lots of reading. This story takes place in the kingdom of Bamarre.… Continue reading The Two Princesses of Bamarre – Quest for the Gray Death Cure

Music and Bands

Bite Strong and Love Religion of the Hammer – Music of December 2021

I slept all morning after working my last night shift for the month and woke once I started to crave some tea. Before working nights for the first time in October, I read countless tips online about how to survive them. Some people said drink your caffeine or take an afternoon nap prior to the… Continue reading Bite Strong and Love Religion of the Hammer – Music of December 2021

books

The Weeks of Reading Fruits Basket

It's not often that I pick up manga series and read my way through all its volumes like I used to. But ever since I got my Kobo, I've discovered some series I wanted to read. Like, Fruits Basket is a popular shojo series consisting of twenty-three volumes. I read bits and pieces some of… Continue reading The Weeks of Reading Fruits Basket

Life

Why You Should Not Support Autism Speaks

Well, here we are. “Autism Awareness Month.” The time of year in which talks about autism will permeate well into the public consciousness. One of the larger organizations you will see leading the charge this month is one called Autism Speaks. This is rather unfortunate, as Autism Speaks is a charity that is loathed by the autistic… Continue reading Why You Should Not Support Autism Speaks

fandoms, Life

Why Pronouns Are Important

In the 21st century, gender identity and sex are two separate things, not to be confused with one another. In order to be more inclusive, many websites such as Instagram offer users the ability to add their pronouns to their profile. This may not seem like a big deal to a lot of people, but… Continue reading Why Pronouns Are Important