Whether you want a classic like The Haunting of Hill House or a more modern tale like World War Z, there's a scary read for every taste!
Lights out? Check! Blanket to hide under? Check! October means Halloween, and what better way to celebrate the scariest month of the year, now that we’re too old to go trick or treating, than to settle in for a spine-chilling gaming sesh? Looking for something other than the well-known AAA horror games titles such as Resident Evil 7 or Until Dawn? Keep reading, as instead, we celebrate the spooky offerings of talented indie developers!
We love shining a spotlight on geeky businesses in our community! This time we are featuring Justine Mastin of Blue Box Counseling, a company using narrative therapy and geek-centered yoga.
Roam by Dez Schwartz is an innovative fantasy novel with a sweet romance and a premise that leaves worlds open to discovery.
Did you love Blackwing by Ed McDonald? Did you love The Holver Alley books by Marshall Ryan Maresca? Or are you just a fan of grimdark fantasy and rough characters? If any of those things are true, you are going to want to check out the fantastic new novel Priest of Bones, the first in the War For the Rose Throne series, by Peter McLean.
This month's IggleStitch pattern is Halloween Monster Cross Stitch! We've got everything you need to get stitching, from the pattern to the thread colors!
October is a great month to focus on self care. Self care is an important part of life, but it's one we often forget. It's hard to take care of others effectively if we aren't taking care of ourselves. Timely reminders for doing just this are often needed.
Are you a fan of pop culture? Do you love when your books refer to your favorite things in veiled or outright terms? In Worldshaper, the first book of Edward Willett's new fantasy portal series, you get seamless current world references woven into new worlds.
DIY Ink Tutorial - by Camper Indigo Creating your own ink is a fun way to personalize your writing, and best of all, you can [...]
One day, while watching Cake Wars, I realized that getting people together and cooking to a theme would probably be a whole lot of fun. So, that being said, I'm extremely excited to announce our very own IggleNoms Feast!
The Man in the High Castle meets Pacific Rim - if that doesn't catch your attention I don't know what will. That's the underlying presence behind Mecha Samurai Empire by Peter Tieryas.
Of course, we wouldn't bring back IggleNoms without a recipe, so here is a super yummy Pumpkin Bread with Chocolate Ganache.
Fantasy and magic and a phoenix? If any (or all) of that is of interest to you, we've got a new book for you to check out! This week, I'm sharing thoughts on a debut: The Late Great Wizard is the first book (and the first of a new contemporary fantasy series) from Sara Hanover.
Since the IGGPCamp sigil cross stitch project was such a big hit and many people expressed interest in doing more, I've decided to organize a pattern-of-the-month for you to stitch. So let's get stitching, and check out this the autumn-themed September cross stitch pattern.