Video Games as Literature 2.0

Felicitations, friends, family, and faithful followers!

Now that I've gotten my alliteration over with... Can you believe it, I'm alive! After a brief struggle with a doctoral program, I am now taking time to focus on my health and my writing for a while. Here I will outline my plans for the near future and some information you should know about:

I have been spending a lot of time focusing on my Video Games as Literature Instagram account. You can check that out here: @ringwraith_games_and_lit

My Master's Thesis has been published online. If you are interested in reading it, here is the link: Master's Thesis

I am late to the party, but I am planning to participate in SciFi Month November once again this month. Here's some information about that.

I will also be changing the way that I post on this blog, to make life easier for me and to make my posts more interesting for my readers. Instead of writing a scholarly essay for each post, I will be interspersing more casual writing like reviews and maybe a few opinion pieces here and there. Please remember that this is a troll-free zone -- all comments are moderated and trolling and hateful behavior will not be tolerated in any way.

I have several posts lined up to write, so please stay tuned for more stimulating material on the way!

Oh, I almost forgot! Happy N7 Day, everyone! May we all remember the days when Bioware made good games. If you want to see some N7 Day material, check out my Instagram account, where I have made a few posts for the occasion!

Also don't forget to follow me on Twitter for the latest updates!

I would also like to briefly thank a couple of blogs which have helped me to update the look of my own blog and make it more accessible:
Life of a Blind Girl
Jessica Out of the Closet