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Review: Frankly in Love by David Yoon

Hey all, Dani here. My work week is over and all I have planned for this weekend is reading, blogging, and watching some TV and movies, so it should be a good few days. I've actually finished most of my blog schedule for November, so now I have a heck of a lot of posts… Continue reading Review: Frankly in Love by David Yoon

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Discussion: Book Censorship

Hey all, Dani here. I feel like I'm stuck in a cycle of late nights and very long and busy days. So yesterday Damian and I worked our usual 10 hour shift, went home and finished packing, drove three hours to Cincinnati, and then ended up working on booth setup at Cincinnati Comic Expo for… Continue reading Discussion: Book Censorship

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Music Review: BomBARDed by The Library Bards

Hey all, Dani here. Today's post is a little bit of a music review and a little bit of a signal boost. Why? Well, because I can't get these songs out of my head, and I love the Library Bards, and I want more people to listen to their music. I had vaguely heard of… Continue reading Music Review: BomBARDed by The Library Bards

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Gen Con – Day Four

Hey all, Dani (and Damian) here. This post should have been written and published yesterday, but after driving home from the convention on Sunday, we did a lot of sleeping and a lot of staring at our very nicely sized convention haul. It was a lot to deal with and so this post didn't get… Continue reading Gen Con – Day Four

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Gen Con – Day Three

Hey all, Dani (and Damian) here. Whew, we're almost at the end of the Gen Con experience. It's always such a great time, but it's also so jam packed with people and stuff to do, so I look forward to this convention, but then I also look forward to just relaxing once it's over. As… Continue reading Gen Con – Day Three

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Gen Con – Day Two

Hey all, Dani (and Damian) here. Typically when it comes to a convention, Saturday is the longest and busiest day. For us at Gen Con this has not been our experience. No, for us Friday is the longest day, thanks to a certain Dungeons & Dragon's show we are huge fans of. Yes, Day Two… Continue reading Gen Con – Day Two

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Gen Con – Day One

Hey all Dani (and Damian) here. It has been a couple eventful days already, but it started with what we'll call Gen Con Day Zero. The day before the convention officially starts is a day to pick up your badge and tickets early, find some awesome random nerds sitting around chatting or playing a game… Continue reading Gen Con – Day One

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Gen Con 2019 Schedule and Dewey’s 24 Hour Reverse Readathon Announcement

Hey all, Dani here. I am getting so close to vacation time, and it is making me so darn excited. I just want to geek out with a bunch of other awesome gamer nerds, and hopefully learn some stuff and get some more writing motivation, and also do a little bit of relaxing and reading.… Continue reading Gen Con 2019 Schedule and Dewey’s 24 Hour Reverse Readathon Announcement

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Book Review: The Legend of Drizzt, Homeland

Hey Damian here, Hey guys super excited this weekend. I got all the cosplay supplies I had ordered online so hopefully I'll be able to finish my costume before GenCon and Danielle's as well for a comic book expo the following month. This review is a little bit overdue but here it is. Summary Station… Continue reading Book Review: The Legend of Drizzt, Homeland

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May Wrap-Up and June TBR

Hey all, Dani here. We have almost made it halfway through 2019, and I am both looking forward to and dreading my wrap up for this month. Because after we've made it through June, I get to write up my Top Ten Reads of 2019 (Jan-June), and I already have a dozen contenders on my… Continue reading May Wrap-Up and June TBR