Book Review | The Society of S by Susan Hubbard

Lissywrites/ July 31, 2013/ Book Reviews, Novel/ 0 comments

These posts are for book discussion and to express my overly-fangirly nature over certain books and series. Though I already have an extensive library with plenty of reading material, I’m always looking out for new or interesting titles. Not only is this for me, but for other writers! Often times, writers forget they started off as readers. Support your fellow

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Book Review | Matched by Ally Condie

Lissywrites/ July 1, 2013/ Book Reviews, Novel/ 0 comments

After some thought and endless back-and-forth with myself, I’ve decided to start a little mini-series of posts, if you will, of some of my favorite books from month to month, always posted at the end of the month in question (or at the very beginning of the next month. I’m lazy, and it will probably happen). These posts are for

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Game Review | Catherine

Lissywrites/ July 7, 2014/ Game Reviews/ 0 comments

WARNING: THERE WILL BE SPOILERS. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK. First a little background on the game Catherine, as described on the Catherine Wiki: Catherine is an M-rated horror/romance/puzzle/adventure video game from Atlus USA, released on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The game is developed by the same team that created Persona 3 and Persona 4: Katsura Hashino as Director, Shigenori Soejima as Character Designer,

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Game Review | Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Lissywrites/ June 16, 2014/ Game Reviews/ 0 comments

It’s been a long time since I wrote a post about what I’ve learned from video games and how that can be applied to writing. I’ve actually written two others, one about Minecraft another about Ico and Shadow of the Colossus. As it has happened with so many other gamers, life has snuck up and taken away my lovely game

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Game Review | Minecraft

Lissywrites/ December 10, 2013/ Game Reviews/ 0 comments

I’m embarrassed to say that only a few days ago I finally bought myself minecraft. I’ve played the pocket edition demo and enjoyed watching my friends and favorite let’s players play it, but never had I played the actual game myself before. I can’t believe I have lived so long never having played it. Better late than never, I suppose.

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