Game Time, Non-Fiction

Game Time: Campo Santo’s “Firewatch” is a Lingering Tale, a Wonder to Behold

So... I am not super good at playing video games, but I am really solid at watching other people play video games and enjoying the art, the technical achievements, and the storytelling for all it's worth. Especially when the game is beautiful, richly animated, excellently voice-acted, and jaw-droppingly well written. The other night, the Fella… Continue reading Game Time: Campo Santo’s “Firewatch” is a Lingering Tale, a Wonder to Behold

Book Things, Non-Fiction

Cover Reveal – “The Ghost Rebellion” by Pip Ballantine & Tee Morris

BY JOVE! If you have ever glanced at my Published Works page at all, or, you know, if you're an avid steampunk reader... you'll recognize the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences. An award-winning series of books by the inimitable Tee Morris and Pip Ballantine, the Ministry is a clandestine government group which investigates and protects the unknown, unexplained, and… Continue reading Cover Reveal – “The Ghost Rebellion” by Pip Ballantine & Tee Morris

Review

Review: Cherie Priest’s I AM PRINCESS X Battles Grief and Disbelief With Suspense and Action

May misses her best friend Libby. Three years ago, Libby was in an accident; her mother drove their car off a bridge, and they both drowned. Now, still struggling with her grief, May starts seeing strange signs of Libby's presence. Not ghostly signs, but rather a symbol, a character she and Libby created as kids.… Continue reading Review: Cherie Priest’s I AM PRINCESS X Battles Grief and Disbelief With Suspense and Action