We’re getting back in the swing of things here at Fine Point Scribbles, and that includes delving into ARCs and review copies. While I’m reading for the PopCulture Readathon throughout the month, there’s also a few other recent books I’ve been sent to review, that I’ll be giving my thoughts on and that you might be interested in, too.Read More »
It is officially 2020 and I have… been on a very long blogging hiatus.
I haven’t blogged since July. Oops.
As is customary at the beginning of a new year, however, I’m diving back in, reinvigorated, motivated, and with several small but exciting projects and goals. Sooo… Let’s get into it.Read More »
Much like my reading for March my writing was… sparse. Like those cartoonish shots in the old Looney Toons shorts of the tumble weed bouncing across a water-starved desert. Yeah, that was basically what March’s writing was like. So, since I don’t have, well, anything to talk about as far as my writing goes, I […]
I’ve played a lot of RPGs in my time. And by a lot of RPGs, I mean that I like to think that I single-handedly keep Bioware in business.
Today’s scribbles are about plotting and how the way RPGs are structured is a surprisingly good place to start.Read More »
There was a time where I used to be completely enraptured by reading—not just the act, but by the mere thought of a book. There was nothing that brought me pure joy like having the weight of a brand-new hardbound in my hands or cracking open an untouched spine to reach in and feel the tooth of the page beneath my fingers as I turned the first, unworn pages. And the scent. The scent of a new book was almost better than the inky words on the page, removing me from my reality for hours at a time.Read More »