It was a fun week for me. I started my first WoW Ironman Challenge toon, a Draenei beast mastery hunter, Vanderlaa. And she died at level 14, to satyrs and bears on Bloodmyst. I should have known better. I hate that zone and started rushing through it, not paying as close attention as I should… Continue reading My Week in Warcraft (Ironman Challenge, PvP)
I’ve been playing Warcraft for a long time, and my love for the game only seems to grow as time goes on. That said, sometimes I just get tired of leveling as usual. On one hand, it’s usually a stress-free, relaxing way for me to spend a few hours: fighting mobs, picking herbs, cooking, fishing.… Continue reading Starting the WoW Ironman Challenge!
I’ve been a fan of Sarah Anderson’s comics for a while now and I was so happy to see this new volume of her collected comics. Along with the giggle-inducing comics about cats and relationships and the life of an introvert, Anderson has a lot to say in this book about creating and, more specifically,… Continue reading Herding Cats by Sarah Anderson: Cats, Plus Creativity in the Internet Age
For a while, I got out of the habit of reading webcomics. In fact, it’s been so long I’m ashamed to admit that I can’t even remember what I was reading before my break. Luckily, being part of the Vaginal Fantasy Book Club Discord group has reinvigorated not only my reading by giving me plenty… Continue reading Current Reads: Webcomics
I didn’t do much reading for the first 2/3 of the month, but then ended up reading six books in the last 10 days of the month, thanks mostly to some amazing books that helped pull me out of my reading slump. Beside each book, I’m also going to list the challenges it satisfies. (BR=… Continue reading January Reading Wrap-Up
Yes, I know January is almost over. I usually decide which challenges I’m participating in before the end of the previous year, but there was too much going on and I was in a major reading slump. But, all is well now and I’m ready for some challenges. I narrowed it down to four challenges,… Continue reading My 2018 Reading Challenges