Review: SLAY by Brittany Morris

Publisher: Simon Schuster Books for Young Readers Page Count: 323Release Date: September 24th, 2019Series: StandaloneRating: 4/5 Stars - Really Liked It! Kiera Johnson has a secret: she's the creator of a wildly popular online video game in the black community. A gamer herself, Kiera created the game in part to make a safe space for... Continue Reading →

Top Five Video Games Played in 2022

As of writing this post, I've beaten 21 games in 22, and tried my hand at a handful of other games that didn't click. (If I'm good, I'll finish one more in the next few weeks and give myself the satisfaction of finishing 22 games in 2022). I ended up playing a lot of indie... Continue Reading →

Most Anticipated Video Games from Not-E3

Last weekend was the weekend of what the games industry has cheekily been referring to as "Not-E3." June is typically the month when all the big publishers get to together at the E3 trade event to show off their latest trailers and upcoming titles, but for various reasons, the company running the E3 event decided... Continue Reading →


Welcome to another edition of If/Then, where I take two pieces of media and tell you why if you like one, then you’ll probably like the other. This week, we have the book VESPERTINE and the video game ENDER LILIES! If you're interested in more posts like this, follow the link to more If/Then content!... Continue Reading →

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