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Writing Journey #16- Why I Changed the Story?

THE ORIGINAL STORY SO WHEN I WAS 13, I wrote a story about a war, that I called The Kiajin Knights Saga (the header image is the Kiajin symbol). It was inspired by my favorite childhood cartoons, video games, books, and original characters that I created with my cousin. It was a 500 page novel … Continue reading Writing Journey #16- Why I Changed the Story?

Writing Journey #15- Months and Prefixes

SO IN THE MUSE REALM I wanted Muses to have their own calendar year.  Since I want them to be what inspires us (as muses should do) I created the Muse Calendar to run parallel to what we know.  Rel Rel's world is, however, a made up amalgamation of ours, or course. Instead of Earth, … Continue reading Writing Journey #15- Months and Prefixes

The Novelist: Stealth & Emotion- Review

I'M NOT VERY FOND of stealth games. Metal Gear. Assassin's Creed. Anything that has to do with sneaking, blending into the shadows, and being unseen in order to kill/assassinate/knockout, just isn't my thing. Most of the time (I do love me some Dishonored, though). Well, that's only because I'm terrible at being stealthy, and I'm really … Continue reading The Novelist: Stealth & Emotion- Review

SteamWorld Dig: So Close to Perfection- Review

SIDE SCROLLING ACTION games use to be my go to games. Super Mario. Metroid. Contra. Now, with the graphic capability of consoles reaching near realistic heights, 2D graphics are fading in lieu of 3D models. Luckily, not completely. Like Valdis Story, SteamWorld Dig: Fist Full of Dirt is a scrolling action game, brought to you … Continue reading SteamWorld Dig: So Close to Perfection- Review