The biggest myth of Game Development is that it is mostly about design. The truth is there is a lot more to that. Game development requires a lot of object oriented programming as it is focused on user experience as well as as designing levels meant for a player. Hence it requires a lot of… Continue reading The Myth Of Game Development
I was expecting more when it came to the story. There were moments which really grabbed my attention but those overall had been few and far between. The story jumps around too much and the writing to me had been difficult to understand. It didn't give a good picture and was incredibly unimaginative and difficult… Continue reading Requiem
Contrary to what many thought I never really got into the series. It got good then it didn't. And after a while I just didn't care about the series enough. It had a unique premise, I'll give it that but it also brought a lot of problems too. At times it just dragged. The story… Continue reading The Promised Neverland
I was expecting something more exciting. The story had managed to entertain me, and it still does but I feel that the middle was just too bloated. One thing that kept this series from feeling the drag had been that each book presented a different a mystery. Something fresh. Stalking Jack the Ripper in my… Continue reading Escape From Houdini
I went through a phase of my life where all YA books I read was often terrible. For lack of better word. And it's as though YA had lost most of the charm that defined it for what it was. Or that it is just me, where I grew as a person enough to feel… Continue reading What is wrong with YA?
This was okay. It wasn't anything that really surprised. It entertained all right but it never managed to really get me to keep on reading. The best part about the story had been the subplot of Sasuke. That was incredibly interesting and the ending surprising. I liked that completion because it managed to surprise me… Continue reading Wildcard
I have many goals for 2019, and some of them are here for now. This is the year where I emerge from it all. Finish a full volume of my own work Earning back the money that went into my blog Learn more about copywriting and editing Continue to learn music and game development as… Continue reading 2019: Goals
This is the year I decided to take a chance to change the way I did things. Or at least change how I'm going to continue with my blog. There will be book reviews but they will take a lesser presence as I will began to focus more on personal life and the challenges of… Continue reading 2019: New Direction
Read Books: 265 Most Viewed Post: Mi Yue Zhuan This is largely the year I experimented more and branched out a lot more than before. I'm still surprised at how things have gone in just a year. Especially with how I turned to beta reading and began to review books less. Next year will see… Continue reading 2018: Reflection
There has been some changes in how I'll be doing things from now on. My blog will still be around, although I'm at a stage of rethinking a lot of things that made me work. And this is a stage which I think is more for me to figure out how I should proceed as… Continue reading Update
Faced any frustration with apps before? Unable to find a good home for your stories? I may have a solution to your problems. Writing App: Endless Pages Features: Tags system to sort books, genres to me are wholly difficult to define a story and lumping them together can be hard. Serial or Novel: I'm accommodating… Continue reading My idea: Writing App
I'm slowing down this month because I just can't find anything good to read recently. And school has gotten the better of me, so I'm just slowing down on updates until I figure out what to do. Or maybe a break from books can help things to become fresh again. I will still be doing… Continue reading November: Slowing Down
I have been a recent beta, but as luck will have it I saw some very interesting things happen during the time. And here are some of them. #1 Posts are meant to be read Although it becomes easier for me to narrow down requests if I ignore those who simply don't bother looking through… Continue reading Requesting For A Beta
It wasn't what I thought. I thought that it might be a story about Leonardo da Vinci. And about Renaissance Italy which had been something that I am fascinated by for quite a while. Nothing like it occurs here. I didn't like the way it never seemed to know what it really wants at the… Continue reading The Flames of Florence
For such a story, I was more interested in the war parts. Which I agree as well. Lorenzo's story was more important than Julia's at any point. Because of how it had affected later on. I liked the dark legacy of Inciendo and who it meant. But I didn't like mostly everything else. It doesn't… Continue reading Playing By Fire
For a series pitched as feminist, it surprisingly isn't. It also fails to be a Japanese historical fantasy. In many many ways as well. Most of the Shoguns sometimes didn't have power, same about the Emperor. If this actually tried to explore the situation as it was, which will have been fun to read. But… Continue reading Smoke In The Sun
Recently, I took a personality test. I got an ENTP-A. Honestly, I thought that it was one of the most accurate even if I wasn't a complete fit. But for most part, it explained why I behave the way I do. This has never been clearer as to what kind of person I truly am.… Continue reading Personality and Me
As of recently, I have all but steered clear of any work from Sarah J Maas, mostly because of how disappointing it has been for me as a reader. Here is why I believe it stopped clicking with me after the third book, with me disliking Queen of Shadows, dropping Empire of Storms and steering… Continue reading What is wrong with Throne Of Glass?
My answer is yes. They should, they should make an effort to learn about anything that they exhibit an interest in. Mostly because of the fact that if you're going to just study writing, you're going to run out of ideas pretty soon. And the fact that for me, I just have plenty of other… Continue reading Should Writers Major In Other Disciplines?
Well, this was a series that I got myself into. On and off, really on and off. At times I just stay away from it, and others I read it rather religiously. And a lot at the same time. The idea of ghouls was brilliant. And the concepts regarding the whole idea of having to… Continue reading Tokyo Ghoul