Paper Mario: The Origami King-The Mario Game that Broke My Heart

I have to be completely honest, I have failed to play a Paper Mario game until this year’s release on the Nintendo Switch. To be frank, I was pretty young and unemployed when the Nintendo 64 and GameCube versions came out…..even the Wii game (if I want to be honest, I was newly out of […]

The Monster of Elendhaven by Jennifer Giesbrecht

Sometimes you have to pick up a book that has a wonderful cover and “The Monster of Elendhaven” had a wonderfully creepy and macabre cover that instantly drew me in. The city of Eldenhaven is being stalked by a thin, creature of a man that has no name, no heart and yearns to murder unsuspecting […]

Elevation by Stephen King

You would think that after reading “Gwendy’s Button Box” I would be a bit more understand that Stephen King has the ability to write stories outside of killer clowns and other horror-like scenarios but nope! I was thoroughly shocked by the subject content of “Elevation.” I have to say, however, that I mainly thought this […]

Gwendy’s Magic Feather By Richard Chizmar

I was thoroughly surprised to see a follow up to “Gwendy’s Button Box”. It was a different type of story than what I am use to reading and a sequel came as a genuine welcome. Without King but with his blessing, author Richard Chizmar was given free reign in creating the second part of Gwendy’s […]

Celeste: The Game Where I Died Over 1K Times and Almost Broke My Switch

Yes I must admit, this game gave me massive gamer rage, but it also is one of the best indie games I have ever played. The music is amazingly composed, the characters are quirky and relatable and the game is hard in all the right ways; meaning, yes you will likely die a lot (if […]

Gwendy’s Button Box by Richard Chizmar and Stephen King

This was one of the few books that I picked up blindly and figured it would be decent, since I do enjoy Stephen King, but I was also intrigued that it was written with another author, Richard Chizmar. I also know that you are NOT suppose to judge a book by its cover, but this […]