Lately on my FB account I’ve been finding these awesome quick recipes for slow cooker meals. Working all the time and barely being home, I’m finding that the slow cooker (crock pot) is the way to go some days. The original recipe is here on their page Tasty Facebook You’ll need: Peppers (I used 1…

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Hi everyone, welcome to my first review this will be of the game Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. I’ve beaten every game in this series except for Rogue, and Liberation. So I have a decent background. Knowing that let’s get started. For those unaware Assassin’s Creed is a game series where you the player take control of…

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Do you think you can write an average of 1667 words a day, cohesively, and make a story of it?  After all, that’s all it takes to complete NaNoWriMo. November brings National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo, or NaNo for short), and each year brings hordes of people who try to complete a 50,000 word novella…

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The bane of her existence was about to meet his end.  Marianne watched as a punk in a dirty sweatshirt lifted a baseball bat and aimed it for the fallen man’s head.  Another thug aimed a hard kick to their victim’s ribs, laughing when the nearly-unconscious man groaned and curled tighter in on himself. She…

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Day 30 of the challenge from Books and Cupcakes! After a night from hell, Ig wakes up with a vicious hangover and a lot of regrets. As he comes to his senses, he begins to realize that he is having a strange effect on people around him. Horns, by Joe Hill, is both part darkly funny, part crime…

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I’ve been around for awhile. My first gaming console was “Pong.” My oldest child is a sophomore in college. I saw the original “Star Wars” in the theater…when it came out the first time. Tom Baker is the only Dr. Who I have any concept of. First and foremost I’m a wife and mother. Along…

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How about a salad that literally tastes like eating a great big cheeseburger???!?! Yup I’m in! We found this when we first starting our eating better journey, and it’s been a regular ever since!! Original recipe: BBQ Burger Salad Ingredients: 1 ½ lbs ground beef 1-2 heads of romaine lettuce, torn into pieces 1 slice of bacon…

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Day 29 of the challenge from Books and Cupcakes! I still haven’t finished V-Wars: Night Terrors, and because if that it is staying on my “next” listing. Fact is, I hate vampires…most of the time, but the ones in the V-Wars series are are different. In most aspects the vampires are at least emotionally mortal, but…

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Now before we start. Yes I’m a Brit and yes I just used the Dollar sign. Right now that’s out-of-the-way let’s get started. About a month ago Tapbots released the sequel to their popular iOS Twitter app, “Tweetbot”. With Tweetbot 4 came an updated app with better aesthetics and a just an all round smoother…

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Title: Empire of Imagination: Gary Gygax and the Birth of Dungeons & Dragons Author: Michael Witwer Published: October 6th, 2015 Pages: 276 Genre: Biography Kid Friendly Rating: Not Applicable.  Kids generally would not grasp the book, short of about age 16. Synopsis:  This is it, the story of the man who would go on to…

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Day 28 of the challenge from Books and Cupcakes! For this post I was in a bit of a bind. I wanted to take a picture of a book I was reading, in my favorite place to read, but I read almost everything via the Kindle app on my phone right now. I also couldn’t take…

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This is my first time writing a blog so I thought for a start I would introduce myself some. First off, I am a bit of a scifi and fantasy geek and I spend a lot of my time playing video games on my gaming PC and some on my PS3. I have had many…

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On my walks to the gym in the mornings now, the shadows give me plenty of angles of myself to view. Thankfully, I’m not infested with Vashta Nerada, though many times I have to giggle, particularly when I reach the corner of St Mark’s Place and Victory Blvd, because no less than four shadows surround…

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Title: House of Echoes Author: Brendan Duffy Published: April 14, 2015 Pages: 384 Genre: Horror, Mystery Blurb (What Made Me Read the Book):  Ben and Caroline Tierney and their two young boys are hoping to start over. Ben has hit a dead end with his new novel, Caroline has lost her banking job, and eight-year-old Charlie is being bullied at…

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