Bioware is famous for it’s lore-filled games and the Dragon Age series is one of it’s best. DA:I is the third and most recent game and is one of my favorite games for the way it kind of blows the storyline of the series wide open.
Author: Jennifer | The Nerd Mom
I guess I’ve never thought about this one before. I know that crossovers are a big thing for some people and I have seen a lot of crossover fanfiction, but I’ve never felt a desire to crossover my fandoms.
When I fantasized about fictional universes in adolescence (which was when both Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings got big), I didn’t fantasize about a world into which I could insert my child-self.
This question has bounced around in my head many times over the years. I’ve had a hard time settling on one answer.
As some of my readers might already know, I had to put The Nerd Mom Blog on pause for a bit because our family picked up and moved from Michigan to Kentucky. My husband was offered an awesome new job, and we weren’t happy in Michigan, so we jumped at the chance – but man
I’ve read a lot of awesome books series over the years, but my absolute favorite stands out from the rest. It’s the Kushiel’s Legacy series by Jacqueline Carey.
Nowadays it seems like unique names are very trendy. While classic names like James and Emily still make it to the top of the baby name charts, creative baby names remain popular. If you’re looking for some clever or original baby names, why not look to your favorite books, movies, video games, and TV shows
I’ve loved everything I’ve played by Bioware. Both Knights of the Old Republic games, and all games in the Mass Effect and Dragon Age universes. My favorite, undoubtedly, is Dragon Age: Inquisition.
I’m not huge into comics or graphic novels, but there are some Star Wars graphic novels that I’ve been wanting to check out because of the story lines they explore.
For the last couple decades, a lot of historical movies have disappointed with bad acting and vapid storytelling. The New World is nothing like those movies.