Do you like watching videos about World of Warcraft? I have started publishing Shadowlands Videos on YouTube. The videos are from a casual gamers perspective. You can find the videos Here So far, I have a few videos about things that seemed interesting to me. If you like the videos subscribe to my channel, like … Continue reading WoW Shadowlands Videos on YouTube
True to beta expectations things are ever evolving in the World of Warcraft Shadowlands beta. After the server reset I decided to go ahead and run two characters. It used to be that the second character would simply skip the mandatory story line. Now players get a choice with your Shadowland Beta second character. Okay, … Continue reading Shadowlands Beta: Second Character
So, I was going to write something else this week but decided to discuss why I write instead. This week someone send some threatening messages to my feedback folder saying they were going to hack my account and steal the money associated with my account and so on. I would have 24 hours to pay … Continue reading Why I write – It’s Not for Money
Last week the World of Warcraft team reset the the whole beta and also delayed the launch of the game. Everyone was like WHAT??? But it ended up being a good thing so far. Many of bugs are being resolved, new people were invited to the Shadowlands Beta, and professions got a new bonus. Since … Continue reading Shadowlands Beta Professions: Skills Journals
https://videopress.com/v/EHchSVsz?controls=false&preloadContent=metadata Demonology Warlock - Just another day in Torghast Join me in a run through Shadowlands Beta Torghast with my Warlock. In this video I cover some of the same things I wrote about in a previous article, but now you get to see what actually happens. Learn about anima cells, safe zones, and mini … Continue reading Shadowlands Beta: Torghast Run
A Shadowhunter Novel - Book Review Magnus Bane has long been one of my favorite characters in the Shadowhunter universe. When Cassandra Claire decided to co-write a series with Wesley Chu that featured Magnus and Alex, I was excited. The Lost Book of the White is the second novel in the series. Reader Beware: There … Continue reading The Lost Book of the White
https://videopress.com/v/0Lwg5p9j?preloadContent=metadata So I learned how to record video out of the Shadowlands Beta today from my Logitech Brio camera. This is not the most exciting video and it could use some work. But I am happy to have figured out how to do it. Now I can create some videos that show how to complete … Continue reading Shadowlands Beta: Look what I learned to do today!
It has been a while since I have done a Keto post. I have been sticking to the plan, but my progress stopped dead in its tracks, just like always. During my most recent consultation with the doctor, I shared my food journal, what exercises I have been doing, and applicable information. The difference this … Continue reading Keto Journey – Sometimes You Need Help
Today I sat in front of my computer screen shaking my fist at it saying "make the bad lady stop." Good writing is such a subjective term that it seems near impossible to ever be successful and to make the boss happy. Especially, when "good" is a moving target. I am the type of writer … Continue reading Workplace Frustration – Writing is Subjective
Memory of Souls is the third book by Jenn Lyons that started with The Ruin of Kings. I really wanted to love this book because the series start out so well, but the storyline just became so convoluted that it was kind of a chore to get through this book. The author started following so … Continue reading Memory of Souls
In the WoW Shadowlands Beta Torghast is quickly becoming one of my favorite things. It is like a good old fashioned dungeon crawl. Each time you enter Torghast you can have a slightly different experience. As players move through the levels they will find anima powers that help complete the increasingly difficult content. Enter Torghast … Continue reading WoW Shadowlands Beta: Torghast
Lady Georgie - Last Mrs. Summers Podcast This episode is a book podcast and I will be talking about the book The Last Mrs. Summers by Rhys Bowen. This is a Lady Georgie mystery and is good fun like the books before it. For those of you who found this podcast on a streaming service, … Continue reading The Last Mrs. Summers Podcast
It is the 10th Hunger Games and a young Cornelius Snow has to mentor one of the tributes as part of a project that could possibly win him a scholarship to University. The Snow family has fallen on hard times since the war; their primary source of income from District 13 was blown into oblivion. … Continue reading The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes
As the Shadowlands beta progresses some of the bugs are staring to go away and other features are becoming more robust. This week I wanted to take a look at professions. In the past few expansions most professions seem to be an afterthought. I keep hoping for a change and it looks like a few … Continue reading WoW Shadowlands: Professions
The most recent Lady Georgie book by Rhys Bowen is The Last Mrs. Summers. In this book Georgie has returned from her honeymoon and Darcy is off on another secret mission. She is feeling lonely and a bit at loose ends. Fortunately, her friend Belinda stops by and invites Georgie to come with her to … Continue reading The Last Mrs. Summers
It took some time but it is official, I finally have a level 60 character in the WoW Shadowlands Beta. Actually, it was not that hard to get to 60 but I have had a lot going on at work so it took me a little bit to get through the content. Following the main … Continue reading WoW-Shadowlands Beta: 1st Character to 60
As many people already know, Midnight Sun is the long awaited novel by Stephanie Meyer. She retells the Twilight story from Edward's perspective. The main story stays the same; Bella moves to Forks to live with her dad and meets Edward. At first he is inexplicably rude to her, then he saves her life, and … Continue reading Midnight Sun – A Twilight Novel
Recently my employer started planning how to bring people back to the office. The good news is the organization is not in a rush to make people come back. Part art of the plan is to institute hot seating. It made me wonder; is hot seating okay given the current reality? Hot seating is a … Continue reading Going Back to Work – Is Hot Seating Okay?
Hi everyone, this weeks podcast is about learning a language and how hard that task has been for me. While some people have a natural skill, it is not one of mine.
In every journey towards improving one’s health, it is important to have small goals. This helps to track progress, but it also provides a feeling of accomplishment. My Keto journey stared for two reasons; one to lose weight and two to find a healthier version of myself. Today I reached my first weight loss goal … Continue reading My Keto Journey: First Weight Loss Goal Reached