I've been thinking about some things in relation to my CIB Sunday feature here on the blog. To that end, I made a Twitter poll asking if people would also be interested in seeing Xbox One and PlayStation 4 video games, even though they often include less materials (they typically don't have instruction booklets, extra manuals, etc.). I'll have the link to the Twitter poll included below, and if you don't have Twitter, I'm going to include a poll here on WordPress as well. It would really help me out if you vote, and I'd appreciate it so much. Thank you!
I will still post on a regular basis and keep the blog active. I'm going to do that on a smaller scale, though. I'm thinking that I'll aim for four to five posts a week and see how that works. I definitely want to keep my feature posts, including Monday Motivation, Feline Friday, and CIB Sunday. That should leave room for one to two poetry posts every week.
At its core, 'Magic 7' is a fun, fast-paced story about three kids with special powers trying to go about their lives and help their friends.
As some of you may know, I'm quite a fan of the 'Fatal Frame' video game series. Well, 'Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir' is a spin-off of the main series, made exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS system. It was designed to be compatible with the console's 3D cameras and sensors. The game even includes an AR (Augmented Reality) booklet, which the player uses to progress the story.
I'm very happy to say, I was recently a guest on Fraser's Fun House, run by Melanie Fraser. I participated in her Meet The Blogger feature, a series where she interviews different bloggers.