The Dragon Age series of games are some of my favourite video games of all time (of all time), and the third entry into the series, Inquisition, is my favourite of the lot. (It’s also a major influence on my current WIP!) There are countless things I love about the game, and here are five…
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I’m a big fan of Telltale, having played Tales of Monkey Island, The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us and half of Game of Thrones – and that’s only because I went “nope” at deciding who to kill and who to save again. I get enough of that in Dragon Age: Inquisition and mages vs templars thank you very much.
Every so often a book comes along that stays with you long after you turn the last page. Perhaps it is the beautiful writing, or the fascinating characters, or perhaps the message of the story itself. Allegedly is one of those books, still sticking with me after several days since I put it down. Allegedly grabbed me from the very first pages and wouldn’t let me go until the very last – and that was at 1am, after a very gripping two hours of fiction.
There are a lot of articles out there on essential/best plugins for Wordpress blogs, and even a few by book bloggers. One thing I have noticed is that they tend to recommend the same major plugins, and while Askimet is important, I wanted to see what other plugins book bloggers are using.
A well-known YA author acts like an arse on the internet? Must be a day ending in Y.
A sensitive, intelligent article on diversity and representation in YA fiction is met with anger from a well-known YA who is upset that people aren’t focusing on what he deems the ‘real’ issue? Here we go again.
Many years ago, in the earlier days of my book blogging career, I was of the belief that it was my duty to finish every book that came my way for review. (I wasn’t one of those bloggers receiving multiple books a week, which made the idea seem quite feasible.) It was a holdover from my regular reading habits, where I managed to finish everything – mainly because I was pretty good at picking out books that I would, at the very least, quite like.