AdventBoost 2019 – 6 Cool Computer Games

I was originally planning to post this on Christmas Eve, or maybe Christmas Day but since my third AdventBoost post got delayed, so did this one. Oh well, at least I got it in this side of the new year! I’ve been playing more computer games this year than I usually do (at least in terms of number of titles Continue reading AdventBoost 2019 – 6 Cool Computer Games

Flash Fiction Friday – Composition

Today, on my Friday indie game stream, I played a lovely little puzzle game called Engare. It was really fun, and very beautiful. Like, just look at this level selection screen: Pretty, isn’t it? I really enjoyed the game, and it caused patterns to be on my mind, so they’re sort of the theme of this weeks rather lengthy Flash Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Composition

Flash Fiction Friday – Rise Up, Save the World

Today I did something really fun! Recently I’ve introduced a regular feature on my Twitch called “Thank Gods it’s Indie”, where I play small indie games on Fridays. Today, I played a game called Rise Up, Save the World on my stream. This game is made by a writing friend of mine called Mayara Barros and her friend Igor Batista, Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Rise Up, Save the World

Adventboost 2017 – Day 19 – The Letter by Yangyang Mobile

Lately, I’ve been getting kind of into watching visual novels. Yes, that’s right, I didn’t say playing visual novels, I said watching. That is, watching some streamer I like play one. I don’t know if I’d actually enjoy playing one myself, just because I’m neither much of a gamer or particularly patient and visual novels usually requires a lot of hours put Continue reading Adventboost 2017 – Day 19 – The Letter by Yangyang Mobile

Flash Fiction – Ivory Predictions

Last night, I wrote Flash Fiction live on my Twitch stream for the first time! It was an interesting experience. A few trolls, but those were easily banned. Most of the stream was actually about other things, I conlanged some and ended up talking about worldbuilding with someone, so the flash fiction did sort of take a back seat but Continue reading Flash Fiction – Ivory Predictions

Games and Goals

Since I’m doing Camp NaNoWriMo a word that’s constantly on my mind is: Goals! I’m talking, of course, about word goals. I’m drafting a novella for Camp and my overall word goal is 30k by the end of the month. This leaves me with a daily word goal of an, in my opinion, reasonably leisurely 1k per day. It doesn’t really Continue reading Games and Goals