13 Short Horror Stories That You Can Read Right Now!

I love everything about Fall! The changing leaves, the nip in the air and, of course, Halloween! While I don’t watch a ton of horror movies (except bad ones! I should make a list of fun, bad movies), I have always loved reading scary stories. After all, the night is dark and full of terrors,Continue reading “13 Short Horror Stories That You Can Read Right Now!”

Wicked Willow Review

Wicked Willow is a LGBTQIA+ Visual Novel about Witches created by T.F. Wright funded by Kickstarter and released June 2nd 2020. I was given a review copy that I streamed on Real Women of Gaming’s Twitch channel. If they call me wicked for following my heart, then so be it. Awaken your inner witch, pursueContinue reading “Wicked Willow Review”

Animal Crossing: New Horizons: A Review

            Video gaming has been used as an escape from reality to a fantasy world for decades; one plays the Elder Scrolls games to role-play as axe wielding brutes or mystical sorcerers in a sprawling fantasy landscape rife with dynamic and unique voice acting, sound design, and orchestration. Another individual desires the immersion into theContinue reading “Animal Crossing: New Horizons: A Review”

Dungeon Crawling: Sorcerers

Arcane power comes in many forms. Wizards learn from books and scrolls. Warlocks make pacts with greater powers whose goals are not always known. Sorcerers are born with it. The power they possess to cast spells and manipulate the fundamentals of arcane power are simply inherited. Perhaps they share a lineage with the great dragons,Continue reading “Dungeon Crawling: Sorcerers”

My Hero Academia: An Anime Review

Who doesn’t want to be a hero, or at least to have a superpower to help you to achieve your goals? Would it solve all your problems or just give you a whole new set of them? How far would you go to get that kind of power and then to hold onto it? InContinue reading “My Hero Academia: An Anime Review”

The Ghost Bride: A Review

Every culture has different beliefs in ghosts. These beliefs can be how to help them move on. How to keep them happy. Stories about these differences are always fascinating. Particularly when the story is as rich as this one. The first thing to know about The Ghost Bride is that it started off as aContinue reading “The Ghost Bride: A Review”

Game Review: Carrion

I love playing a new game. The size of my Steam library would indicate maybe a little too much. So many games come along that grab my attention with trailers and game-pay footage, yet fail to hold it. Carrion does not let go. Much like your protagonist, this game has hauled me into it’s toothyContinue reading “Game Review: Carrion”

Book Review : Old Man’s War by John Scalzi

I did two things on my seventy-fifth birthday. I visited my wife’s grave. Then I joined the army Title: Old Man’s War Author: John Scalzi Genre: SciFi Publisher: Tor Books Publication date: 12/27/2005 Format Read: Paperback Synopsis:  In the future, people go into space one of two ways ~ as colonists (which are chosen exclusively from Third World countries) and joiningContinue reading “Book Review : Old Man’s War by John Scalzi”

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: A Review

Everyone loves a story about a seemingly mismatched team that is forced to come together to save the world. How will the group  work together? Will they even be able to save the day or will their differences be too much? In the summer of 2003 movie audiences took to the theaters to see  TheContinue reading “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: A Review”