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Why I’m Reading More Books

In a world where we have access to so much entertainment, I find myself reading more and more these days. Ever since covid started, I was cooped at home with not much to do outside of work. When I wasn't always writing or gaming, I began to reintroduce things I didn't do regularly in my… Continue reading Why I’m Reading More Books

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The Witcher S2 E8 – Family

I don't know why, I thought there were going to be at least three more episodes, but this episode was so intense I didn't realize until the very end that it was our season finale! And what a finale it was! Spoilers ahead. The last episode ended with Voleth Meir possessing Ciri and the result… Continue reading The Witcher S2 E8 – Family

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The Witcher S2 E7 – Voleth Meir

The buildup is real! I haven't watched an episode in a while so I did today on my day off and things are starting to gradually intensify for what, I'm hoping, is an epic finale. Tensions are rising between Fringilla and the rest of the Nilfgaardians and their truce with the elves, and when Francesca's… Continue reading The Witcher S2 E7 – Voleth Meir

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The Witcher S2 E6 – Dear Friend…

Welcome back to another episode recap, this one really brought in some reunions and new introductions. Geralt and Yen share a brief reunion when the former takes Ciri to the temple of Melitele to visit and old friend that can help Ciri learn to control her Elder Blood powers. I at first thought Geralt and… Continue reading The Witcher S2 E6 – Dear Friend…

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The Witcher S2 E5 – Turn Your Back

Weaker episodes often serve as build-ups to the stronger ones ahead. Maybe this one is the first. I did enjoy this one a little more than the last two and I really hope this means we're going to get a great finale when the time comes! Source: IMDb.com This season is definitely Triss Merigold's time… Continue reading The Witcher S2 E5 – Turn Your Back

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The Witcher S2 E4 – Redanian Intelligence

Some episodes in any TV series serve a purpose to pump us up for more epic events that occur later in the season, even if it means not many exciting things happen for a couple of episodes. This one and the previous episode seem to be heading down that road. But it is not devoid… Continue reading The Witcher S2 E4 – Redanian Intelligence

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The Witcher S2 E3 – What Is Lost

Some episodes are weaker than others and maybe this one makes that cut with certain moments that it has. Credit: ign.com At Kaer Morhen Geralt and Vesemir are attempting to move on from Eskel's death and Ciri wants to train to become a witcher herself. Of course, the last episode ended with Geralt beginning to… Continue reading The Witcher S2 E3 – What Is Lost

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The Witcher S2 E2 – Kaer Morhen

Welcome back to another episode analysis of The Witcher, now things are really starting to get intense as Geralt and Ciri arrive at Kaer Morhen and Yennefer and Fringilla are revealed to be taken captive by elves. Credit: Netflix Once again I find myself more engaged with the plotline involving Geralt and Ciri just like… Continue reading The Witcher S2 E2 – Kaer Morhen

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The Witcher S2 E1 – A Grain of Truth

I find it quite challenging to commit to writing reviews of TV series compared to book and video game reviews, while ones on films I've just simply given up on! But, now I feel committed to doing this at my own pace instead of trying to pump them out weekly, especially since my lifestyle has… Continue reading The Witcher S2 E1 – A Grain of Truth

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My Problem With Medical Dramas

I currently watch three medical dramas on CTV. While they can be addictive, they aren't perfect. Everyone knows Grey's Anatomy, it's been around for decades with 17 seasons and counting. Then there's The Good Doctor, which I thought was a step in the right direction introducing a surgical resident with ASD like me, but even… Continue reading My Problem With Medical Dramas