Writing Diary | In Which Ley Writes Books & Then Rambles About Them

I wrote a book. Back in late summer 2012, my life went through some changes. My Diablo III buddy stopped playing, so suddenly all those hours spent dungeon-crawling (or chatting in tiny boxes while my character shifted from foot to foot on screen) ended. We had almost beat the game on Inferno mode too. What […]

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Road Trip Wednesday: Top Five “Robots”

Road Trip Wednesday is a ‘Blog Carnival,’ where YA Highway posts a weekly writing- or reading-related question. This week, the question is: What human-like robots (or robot-like humans?) have you enjoyed in books, TV, or movies? The worst thing is that as much as I’ve scoured Wiki’s pages on fictional robots and androids, I’m sure […]

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TV Review | Hemlock Grove

Copy origin: Netflix Canada More information: IMDB | Wikipedia Ley’s [rating:2] Hemlock Grove is Netflix’s latest streaming original series presentation, a supernatural horror drama mystery hybrid set in a small fictional town in Pennsylvania that looks exactly like a small town in Canada (they did nothing to hide or camouflage the street signs to look […]

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Pin ALL The Things!

Follow my blog with Bloglovin So, I do have plans on entirely reorganizing my blog and having regular scheduled posts, but I haven’t had a spare second to do so thanks to six days of work, one day off, and then right back into the working thing. But I’ll get there. I swear. Ley has […]

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Ebook Readin’

Cuddly lapcat, warm tea, and a good book. What more could you want? For Christmas this year, I received a Kobo Touch from a friend. It’s not something I requested, or that I thought I would enjoy. I had been skeptical of digital books. I had been one of those “but I prefer holding and […]

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Absence Schmabsence

I have blogger’s block. Is that a thing? Where every time you see that blank WordPress screen and are expected to fill it with text you grow unreasonably anxious, uncomfortable in your own skin, and self-conscious that every word you write is going to be judged. It’s not that I don’t want to blog. I […]

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