Month: March 2015

My First RPG: Night World

I like to think that if I were a teenager when Twilight came out that I would have had the wherewithal to outright reject it, buuuuut I am probably just kidding myself. I was a total nut for the brooding, Byronic vampires that Edward Cullen is just one in a long tradition of. Okay, the…

Reading Diaries: Buried Under Books

Christa: This month I’ve had a pretty good streak. I burned through the first three volumes of the iZombie comic, but I am holding out on the last volume because I’m not quite ready to say goodbye just yet. I also finally read Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. I can’t believe I’ve been…

Cool Books of April: Staff Picks

Woof Spencer Quinn Scholastic Inc. April 28, 2015 Birdie Gaux and her dog, Bowser, must must solve the case of her Grammy’s missing prize stuffed marlin. In my ongoing quest for age appropriate literature that doesn’t include Minecraft Steve, I’ve chosen a quirky animal mystery for my daughter to bite into to. See what I…

My First Improv Workshop

I’m one of those extroverted introverts. It’s not an oxymoron; it means that I can and do enjoy interacting with people in an energetic way in certain situations. I am comfortable and confident running a role-playing game for strangers at a con. Yet this past Saturday I was terrified to stand in front of my…

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Mighty Marvel Monday!

So first thing’s first– Happy Birthday to my baby sister Tori and her boyfriend Matt, who are turning 33 and 25 respectively, because it’s my column and I’ll shoutout if I want to. Now on to the Marvel news, prefaced with this disclaimer: There were amazing Marvel-icious things happening at Emerald City Comic Con this…

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