Record of A Blerd: April 2021 Edition

Can you believe that tomorrow is May? I certainly can’t! It feels like April zipped by, and in many ways it did. This April was particularly busy for me, in large part because I’m wrapping on a text-heavy otome game, and have had a pleasant uptick in writing. I also debuted on the Anime News Network as a member of the daily streaming review team and a journalist as well.

That all said, let’s get into what I’ve done in April!

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REVIEW: ‘Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack’ Offers Mysterious and Pleasant Fun (Switch) — But Why Tho? A Geek Community

The Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack offers up three charming and enjoyable games that all have quirks that help make them enjoyable titles.

REVIEW: ‘Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack’ Offers Mysterious and Pleasant Fun (Switch) — But Why Tho? A Geek Community

February 12, 2021 (Formerly Titled February 2, 2021)

The day I started this post, I opened with the following:

Today, it’s 31 F/-1 C, and I’m craving cups of tea, heated throws, thick books, and jellyfish live streams. However, instead, I’m at my computer, writing this post before digging back into work.

That day, I’d planned to make some pasta aglio e olio (that’s pasta with garlic and olive oil) for lunch. I’d planned to get in lines on an editing project I’m on. I’d even talked about my new 2021 goal of making one Twine text-based game a month all year.

But then life came at me fast and now it’s ten days later, I’m back in Texas, and I’m… going to talk about why.

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Introducing Project Comfort Food

In November, I started thinking about Junpei Inazuka’s Resturant to Another World novel series and what it means to love food and celebrate meals.

Now, it’s the final day of the year, and I’m proud to present Comfort Food: Food Positivity in Resturant to Another World, my 2021 writing project.

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