Gamer’s Journal: My Personal Thank You To Geeks Under Grace


I was recently contacted by one of the main editors over at Geeks Under Grace to write a little something on my previous time as a writer for them, in honor of their five year anniversary. This inspired me to make a sort of *best of GUG* post of my own articles while I was … More Gamer’s Journal: My Personal Thank You To Geeks Under Grace

That Dragon, Cancer: An Essay On The Importance Of Grief


This post was written by Andrea who can be found here on Twitter or via her new blog, Hope, Play, and Love. She’s a Dyslexia teacher and an aspiring writer/storyteller who likes to look for everyday joys that God provides, whether that’s in the realm of media, or outside of it.  Imagine, if you will, … More That Dragon, Cancer: An Essay On The Importance Of Grief

10 Great Anime Based On Video Games | Beneath The Tangles


Click here to read 10 Great Anime Based On Video Games | Beneath The Tangles Video games and anime have always crossed over, whether it’s through their own respective mediums or via interests of the fandom. It’s common to find gamers that enjoy anime and vice-versa, and being an avid gamer myself, I’ve always been … More 10 Great Anime Based On Video Games | Beneath The Tangles

First Impression: Captain Bible In Dome Of Darkness


There aren’t that many Christian or biblical based games out there, and the ones that do exist…well, let’s just say there are reasons you likely haven’t heard of them. I recently found a website where you can play old games that no longer can be purchased or are very rare, and they had a “religious” … More First Impression: Captain Bible In Dome Of Darkness

My Favorite J-Pop Artists Growing Up | Beneath The Tangles


Below is an excerpt from my post on Beneath The Tangles. See the link below to read the entire article. Hope you enjoy and find some new artists to jam to! My Favorite J-Pop Artists Growing Up | Beneath The Tangles It’s true, isn’t it? It seems as though we’re headed for a new century. It’s … More My Favorite J-Pop Artists Growing Up | Beneath The Tangles