Category: Hobbies

New Books

Well, it's pouring here in the Windy City and it's supposed to continue the deluge for the rest of the day. It'd be nice if I could be home watching the storm and writing or something but that's not and option today. Oh well, there will be plenty more rainy days to come I'm sure. ...

GTA/Blogs

Yes, I've been slacking on the blogs. I know, I know. I haven't been doing it purposefully. When I've found time to write the blog, I've been writing it. Other than that, I've been working on FN and making progress with that story. There's only so much time in the day and recently I've found ...

Importance of Hobbies

I don't know what many of you do for hobbies, mainly since you don't comment (*wink wink*), but I have a few of my own. Aside from reading and writing which you know about, I love video games. I love being able to immerse myself in an interactive story. I can be a LAPD detective ...

The Off-season: Shaw Trade, Fan Favorites, and Baggage

The Hawks bade farewell to a few hometown favorites in Andrew Shaw and Teuvo Teravainen this offseason. Bryan Bickell was another Hawk who would be leaving the team which I think came a little late. I loved Bickell in the ‘13 Stanley Cup Playoffs, but after that season he stopped doing his job as a big power ...

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare vs Battlefield 1

Call of Duty is one of the biggest gaming franchises in history and Battlefield is right up there with them. However, Battlefield has always been just slightly behind them since the Modern Warfare and Black Ops lines have dominated sales. Call of Duty has sold 146,400,000 total units as of November 2015 according to Statistic ...

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