This year’s summer reading post features books full of magic, mystery and monsters. Some of the choices are straight up fantasy, while others are more grounded in reality, but with a tinge of magic at the core.Read More
For this recent trip, I knew I wanted to do some more overt Disneybounding as well as some more subtle outfits. I had some absolutely amazing experiences this trip because of Disneybounding!
The first day going to the parks, I knew we were going to EPCOT and I knew that there was a Meet & Greet with Joy and Sadness from ‘Inside Out’. It was the perfect day to wear my Joy ‘Bound from part 2. I was definitely recognized in the parks and while I thought that the characters would get a kick out the outfit, I was completely unprepared for what happened.Read More
Yup, I’m still getting organized. The books in our library are pretty much set, but there’s still the matter of the huge collection of single issue comics that my husband and I jointly own. Comics are on organizing challenge all their own and one I’ve struggled with in the past. This time around, I’m making good progress and hoping to get 4,000+ comics sorted, cataloged, and put away in a system that can continue to house our future purchases.
If you’re considering a similar comics sorting project - big or small - here are some of the questions I’ve had to ask myself as I work to get the collection under control.Read More
In the first post in a 4-part series, we talk about how ELS Ladies Game Day came to be. In subsequent posts, we’ll talk about what ELS stands for, and who the amazing women in history were that inspire us and keep us gaming!Read More
Horror writer Lindsay Moore treats us to another entry from the NoSleep Diaries. This one features the story behind “Do You Remember the Little Red Bear?” , a story showcased on The NoSleep Podcast, season 8, episode 9.Read More
Today’s post is from Phoebe Sinclair of the Whole Heart Local blog. Phoebe is a regular contributor to the Ladies of Comicazi podcast, and a writer who was recently awarded the Ivan Gold Fellowship at the Writer’s Room of Boston. Here she talks about how she discovered fan fiction and how it’s been a part of her life. If this piece inspires you to consume more fan fiction, join us on June 8, 2019 for the third annual Fan Fiction Theater. There will be humor, heartbreak, and poems about Batman.Read More
With the massive success of Avengers: Endgame, there’s no danger of fans being without new Marvel film before long. But if you need more Marvel content in the meantime, here are some tales of your favorite superhero from outside the cinematic universe to keep you occupied.Read More
In honor of our Try An RPG Day next month (for those who identify as women and girls), Lady Diceacorn and Meepline have decided to share some of their favorite role-playing games! (And as much as Meepline loves D&D, it will not be on this list. ::shocked face::)Read More
Lady horror writer Lindsay Moore shares another experience of writing for the NoSleep podcast. This one hits quite close to home for her.Read More