Insofar as I’ve been spending most of my free time preparing for my parents’ impending and apocalyptic move, I thought this was going to be a hard reading month, but it turns out that being stuck in your old bedroom with nothing to do at night is fabulous for your reading ethic. An update on the YTD stats: January: 3 total; 3 fiction (1,712 pages) February: 3 total; 3 non-fiction (1,098 pages) March: 13 total; 10 graphic (2,432 pages); 2 fiction (1,462 pages); 1 non-fiction (290 pages) April: 7 total; 2 graphic (1,200 pages); 2 fiction (1,776 pages); 3 non-fiction (1,244 pages) May: 1 total; 1 fiction (1,040 pages) June: 5 total; 5 fiction (2,480 pages) Year to Date: 32 […]
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So, if you’ve been looking for me recently, chances are I’ve been playing Crusader Kings 2. You see, Steam had a sale on it a few weeks ago, and since I’d heard it was pretty fun I decided $7 wasn’t a bad price to see if they were right. They were right. And we should probably talk that.
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