Dec 2, 2019

[Books] November 2019 Reads

As of the time of this blog post, I'm still 7 books behind target in order to achieve my reading goal of 365 books for the year. November has been a sort of slow month in terms of completion and no single franchise really defined my reading activities for the period. It's a slow crawl to catch up, but I remain optimistic that I'll get there eventually.

Here are last month's numbers:

Nov 4, 2019

[Books] October 2019 Reads

Sorry for the long absence folks, but I've been doing a lot of thinking trying to figure out how to approach content for this blog moving forward. And while I don't have a solid plan for things just yet, one of the things that I want to start writing is monthly overviews of my reading. Given my reading goal for the year is to cover at least a book a day (yes, 365 titles covered in a year), it's hard to keep up with all the titles given my former one book review a week schedule.

So instead I'll try covering things in more general with special highlights for key books of interests.

So here are the numbers...

Jun 5, 2019

[Books] Battletech: Prince of Havoc (Twilight of the Clans - Book 7) Review

Hello, 2019! We're almost at the end of the second quarter of the year and I haven't quite figured out how I want to shake up how I handle content here. However, I also want to get back into writing something or maybe shaking up the reviews somewhat.

For the most part, I've shifted my book reviews over to Goodreads, but since I had previously reviewed all other parts of this Battletech story arc, I figured we needed some closure by wrapping things up here.

This may be my one of my last book reviews here for a long time or hopefully, I'll have updates on my own fiction here instead or something along those lines. Either way, it'll be good fun.

What I can't get over is how much the Geeky Guide or perhaps writing these reviews still sort of matters to me even though it feels sorta pointless in terms of the lack of revenue generation or it's not like I'm getting great offers left and right because of what I write here.

And yet still I want to do it.

Anyway, on to the review proper!

Mar 26, 2019

[Ballet] Tales of the Manuvu (2019) Review (Ballet Philippines)

When Tobie and I sat down to watch Tales of the Manuvu last weekend, we weren't sure what to expect from the experience. While we had watched many theatrical productions in terms of plays and musicals, we had never tried to watch a ballet performance. So this was a major first but important friends had recommended that we go see the show and thus we shifted things around in our schedule in order to make it happen.

And while it took us a bit of time to fully acclimate to the experience, by the end of the show we were really happy that we had made the time to go and had so many moments that we just had to talk about and celebrate further. This is a great show.

Jan 26, 2019

[RPGs] Dice Satisfaction

First blog post of the year! I still haven't quite figured out what I want to do with this site nor have I picked up the pen with respect to my creative writing, but I'll get there.

So in an effort to write something other than a review (you can go to my GoodReads for my book stuff), I thought I'd take some time to talk about a quirky aspect of the tabletop gaming hobby - how good it feels to roll dice.