Today is a very special +1 to Joy that also acts as somewhat of a review for the first published novella of a friend and fellow writer named Moses Norton, better known in the blogger-verse as The Well-Red Mage.
When I was a slightly more angsty youth Wolverine was my favorite superhero. Even though Spider-Man has since taken my top spot when it comes to these marvelously muscled heroes, Wolvie didn’t drop far–taking my third favorite spot for superheroes right behind Deadpool. This is probably my favorite version of Wolverine yet, and it just so happens to be a podcast. Continue reading
If there is a hobby I love as much as video games it is reading, and fantasy has always been my favorite genre. So when it comes to the Netflix original The Dragon Prince, I didn’t stand a chance.
Though I’ve featured a lot of videogame stuff in these articles, I did mention originally that this series of articles wouldn’t be confined to only my favorite hobby. I’ve also featured a series of books from one of my new favorite authors, but today I’d like to talk to you about my new favorite TV distraction: Making It. Continue reading
+1 to Joy is a way that I can share things that I really enjoy, a way of counting blessings in my life; no matter how small those blessings are. This weekend I had some play sessions that reminded me of a specific game I’m very happy exists: Nintendo Land. Continue reading
+1 to Joy is a way that I can share things that I really enjoy, a way of counting blessings in my life. In this one I will explain the love for one of my biggest obsessions: Amiibo. Continue reading
+1 to Joy is a way that I can share things that I really enjoy, a way of counting blessings in my life. This week, we are going to talk about a new book series I’ve been obsessed with over the past few weeks: the Yamada Monogatari series. Continue reading
There is so much negativity in the world around us that I became inspired by a podcast called Wonderful. In it the hosts, a husband and wife duo, bring a few things to the table they love every week. The only purpose? To share the joy of the thing they love, no matter how big or small. Continue reading