Tag: Geekery

The Dark Side of Fandom

The Dark Side of Fandom

This past weekend (as I write this) my husband and I saw Solo: A Star Wars Story. It was always a given we would go, even though the trailers didn’t catch my attention. But we were both shocked to find that only a week after opening, it had been shoved into the smallest theater in …

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Tastes of Desert Sage Natural Teas and Dodger Coffee

Tastes of Desert Sage Natural Teas and Dodger Coffee

I love supporting small businesses. They put so much love and passion into their products, I generally find them worth any extra expense. Unfortunately, living in Canada makes this difficult. Small businesses often have trouble negotiating international shipping rates. When you add the exchange rate on top of that, delivering to Canada can more than …

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Lord Shiva’s Task – Eternity’s Empire Chapter 11

Lord Shiva’s Task – Eternity’s Empire Chapter 11

I’ve always adored mythology. The obsession started in ninth grade history when we studied Greek and Roman myths. It only expanded from there. One of my goals when I started Eternity’s Empire was to incorporate as many different mythologies as possible (though I didn’t want to make things confusing). When I created Aeternitas’s companions, I …

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I Won A Liebster Award!

I Won A Liebster Award!

Back in December, Lydia Schoch nominated me for a Liebster Award. Unfortunately, I was caught in the whirlwind of preparations for the holiday season, and I didn’t get a chance to respond to the nomination until just now. I’m both thrilled and flattered that Lydia found my blog worth mentioning. We have been sharing each …

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Don’t Allow Fear to Influence Your Story

Don’t Allow Fear to Influence Your Story

I’ve noticed a disturbing trend among video game plots lately. Writers start down a path, digging their fingers into the dirt and grime of untouched territory, only to pull back at the last moment. What starts as a journey toward an unconventional ending always ends the same; safely, with the outcome everyone expects. It’s frustrating. …

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