End of the Year Book Tag 2023

End of the Year Book Tag 2023

  Hi, and welcome to my 2023 edition of the End of the Year Book Tag. This tag was originally created by Ariel Bisset over on YouTube and it’s something I like to do every year to look back on my year in reading. As I said in my End of the Year Gaming Tag, 2023 was a rough year for me, with about half of the year dedicated to […]

Posted December 11, 2023 in Book Reviews, Tags
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Book Review : Godkiller

Book Review : Godkiller

I finally got around to reading Godkiller and boy, am I glad that I did, as it’s become one of my favorite novels of the year, if not of all time. From the very first page of this debut fantasy novel, I was absolutely captivated by the world-building and the characters. Godkiller takes place in a bit of a post-apocalyptic world, if one considers a massive war between humans and […]

Posted December 7, 2023 in Book Reviews, Fantasy, Favorite Books
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End of the Year Gaming Tag 2023

End of the Year Gaming Tag 2023

  Another year is coming to an end in the blink of an eye. Since it’s December, it’s time to do all of those fun reflective tags that allow me to look back and remember what the heck I did in the past year. I thought I’d start with my End of the Year Gaming tag, which I created in 2020, after realizing that there wasn’t any such tag for […]

Posted December 4, 2023 in Games
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Monthly Wrap-Up : November 2023

Monthly Wrap-Up : November 2023

Well, after looking back, I haven’t done a single Monthly Wrap-Up post since February of 2023. So in the spirit of getting back on track, I’m pulling one together for November, before it’s time to do all of that Christmas shopping and baking, plus those fun End of the Year Tags. Because I’m not someone that gets any of that done well in advance, in case that wasn’t already abundantly […]

Posted December 1, 2023 in Geek Life, Monthly Wrap Ups
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Book Review : A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting

Book Review : A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting

I have a lot going on in my life right now and I needed a light and fluffy read, especially after my frustrations with Iron Flame, and A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting is exactly that—and fun, too. I was hooked from the very first page, enjoying this Austen-esque work with a more modern lens, and which unfolds at a comfortable pace.   Main character Kitty Dashwood, er, Talbot, is the […]

Posted November 27, 2023 in Book Reviews, Romance
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