New on the scene: Glimesh

@vaughnhellspawn enlightens us on what @glimesh is all about!

Book Review – Vessel by Sarah Beth Durst

“On the day she was to die, Liyana walked out of her family’s tent to see the dawn. She buried her toes in the sand, cold from the night, and she wrapped her father’s goatskin cloak tight around her shoulders. She had only moments before everyone would wake.” Title: Vessel Author: Sarah Beth Durst Genre: Fantasy, Young AdultContinue reading “Book Review – Vessel by Sarah Beth Durst”

Thia’s Top Paranormal Games You Shouldn’t Play

Games have been around for centuries. Most games help to sharpen skills. Almost all are fun. There are some that have evolved from other needs. These are games that you shouldn’t play, no matter what you are promised at the end.  So I am going to type the obligatory disclaimer before we go any further.Continue reading “Thia’s Top Paranormal Games You Shouldn’t Play”

Fighter’s Block: The Best Game to Play During NaNoWriMo

So, show of hands: who is participating in NaNoWriMo this year? NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month. It’s an annual challenge that writers take to create a 50,000-word novel in one month. One epic month where you are not allowed to tell yourself, “This is terrible. I should throw everything out and write itContinue reading “Fighter’s Block: The Best Game to Play During NaNoWriMo”

Staff Favorites: Horror Games

Fatal Frame. I vividly remember the first time my brother and I turned out the lights while playing it… That didn’t last long. – Oresan Fells     I would have to say that one of my favorite horror games is Eldritch Horror. It combines two of my favorite things; the Cthulhu mythos and tabletopContinue reading “Staff Favorites: Horror Games”

10 Self-Care Tips for Streamers

I started my streaming journey three years ago on the RealWomenOfGaming Twitch channel. I didn’t know much about streaming, but it seemed like fun being able to hang out with people while playing games in the privacy of my own bedroom. I remember the day well – which is saying something, considering I can’t rememberContinue reading “10 Self-Care Tips for Streamers”