Jedi: Fallen Order was one of the most notable games of 2019, bringing in fans of the franchise and gamers alike. The game excelled in not overwhelming players with lore and content while thrusting you into the expansive universe that is Star Wars. So where exactly in the timeline does this take place? The game gives us all of those answers.
As promised, I have finished reading Star Wars: Resistance Reborn by Rebecca Roanhorse! I didn’t finish it prior to seeing The Rise of Skywalker but it didn’t impact my viewing experience as much as I thought it would so that was actually totally fine.Read More »
I would like to begin this post by discussing how utterly awful I have been at reading over these holiday months.
I assumed in October I would consume so much spooky/horror substance (novels included) to fill me for a life time. However, that was not the case. Throughout October I was completely and totally distracted by Life. It happens.
Special announcement time!
I will be co-hosting a week long fashion challenge to lead up to the premier of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker beginning on December 13th and ending the night of the premier, December 20th!
With the release of the newest streaming service, Disney+, also came the release of the newest addition to the Star Wars universe: The Mandalorian.Read More »
It had been awhile since I had really played any video games and a sudden inspiration had hit me in a strong wave. I played a couple indie games, OXENFREE (which is amazing) and Night in the Woods. I picked up, and became obsessed with, Stardew Valley and am casually playing Terraria with friends and my boyfriend. I’m (very) slowly playing through Witcher 3 and the Bioshock series. Currently, after seeing Joker, I got the sudden urge to play through Batman: Arkham Asylum again and found the whole series on a special promo at the Epic Games store (it was FREE for all three games!)
There have also been a ton of games I’ve been eyeing to buy. Dead by Daylight, Untitled Goose Game, and After Party (coming out October 29) to name a few!
September was a wild ride of books! I had just finished reading ADSOM series (which is now getting a movie!) and had been a little excited and scared to dive into a bunch of stand alone books. So without further ado, here was my September reading list:
1. Tunnel of Bones by Victoria Schwab
So this month was announced as #schwabtember, dedicated to one of my new obsessions and favorite authors, V.E Schwab. It was used to encourage readers to pick up her novels, especially to those who had her books on their reading list.
As you guys know, I’ve already read a good amount of her books, but that didn’t stop me from participating.
Tunnel of Bones, the sequel to City of Ghosts, was released at the very beginning of September and I COULD NOT put it down! I binged through it quicker than any book I think I’ve read.
It was such a fun and spooky read. Cas and Jacob return and I couldn’t wait to be part of their ghost hunting team again. The story was a little darker and creepier than the first, in my opinion. I read in the late hours of the night and couldn’t help but peer over the book to make sure no ghosties were in my room with me.
I was wonderfully spooked out.
And in extra exciting news: a third book has been announced! And it’s taking place in New Orleans! Which is already so scary!!! I can’t wait!
2. The Near Witch by V.E Schwab
No matter what you say it’s officially Fall, which means (and more importantly) it’s SPOOKY SEASON! The air is actually cooling down here in Miami a little, so you best believe I’m already wearing sweaters and tights and dreaming about everything pumpkin flavored!
To welcome in the new season, I decided to do a little fashion post for you all.
And Now You’re Mine
To further my reading journey in August, I quickly decided it was time to finish reading the Darker Shades of Magic series. I binge read A Gathering of Shadows, and fell in love. Next, I took a Schwab mini-break by reading The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert (in three days may I add). And finally I rounded the series off by reading the third installment, A Conjuring of Light.
Follow along as I unravel my thoughts about the novels!
1. A Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab
A Gathering of Shadows
I recently binged through the entirety of Fox now NBC comedy, Brooklyn Nine-Nine. And I was in love and obsessed. The show is produced my Andy Samberg who I find utterly hilarious. He is the main lead in the show, and his cast of detectives, sergeants, and captain are some of the best characters in TV comedy I have seen in a long time. Every one is so dynamic, and the dynamics between team members are all wholesome and so well developed.