Book Review: Dama X by JT Bock

The long-awaited second novel in the UltraAgent series is here, and “Dama X” by J.T. Bock was worth every minute of the wait. This novel is a heartfelt, personal romance story that centers a massive world-threatening epic battle. It’s emotional. It’s adventurous. It’s magnificent, and it’s filled with characters and story that will turn many readers into instant fans.

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RIP Google Hangouts

RIP Google Hangouts. Okay, so not exactly, but Google Hangouts as we have known them historically are changing. That may be a little thing to most people, but it’s big news to a number of communities, including one we recently joined – podcasters.

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Game Review: LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a very fun game that combines racing, action, puzzles, silly dialogue, and plenty of side quests to keep players busy for hours. Individuals will enjoy the game, but families, especially those who love Star Wars, will find this a welcome journey to a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away.

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Trip Recap: Montreal Part 2

I wrote about our trip to Montreal in an earlier post, but I want to make sure to talk a little more about some of our experiences. We talked about poutine, Old Montreal, and the Barbie Expo in that post. But I wanted to talk about another of our unique experiences as well as the background of the city itself.

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San Diego Comic Con Marvel Studios Recap

San Diego Comic Con was in full swing this past weekend, and both DC Comics and Marvel Studios have announced plenty about the upcoming movies and films. I wrote about DC’s news here. Let’s talk about Marvel’s announcements.

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San Diego Comic Con DC Comics Recap

San Diego Comic Con was in full swing this past weekend, and both DC Comics and Marvel Studios have announced plenty about the upcoming movies and films. Let’s discuss what DC announced for its TV shows and movies.

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Trip Recap: Montreal Part 1

I had a chance to visit Montreal in June and wow, what an amazing experience. I’ve been to Vancouver and Toronto, but this was the first time on a trip to Canada that I felt like I was in a foreign country. Montreal really is a lone European city just migrated to the Western hemisphere. I’m not sure if it is a mandate or national programming or a training course that’s taught in schools, but every person there told us we had to do the same three things.

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