Nerd Fuel: Donut Shop – Cookie Dough So Delicious

To date, the original Donut Shop coffee remains one of my favorite K-Cups. Aside from their signature blend, they’ve also produced a number of various flavors under their “Donut Shop” branding. Over the years I’ve tried several of these spin-off coffees and had mixed feelings about most of them. But still, I’m a sucker for something new and when I...

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The Stand – Stephen King

I know I typically save my Stephen King book reviews for the month of October. But last month, like so many other people, I found myself diagnosed with Covid-19. Thankfully, it was only the mild Omicron variant, so I recovered rather quickly. But still, it got me thinking about just how quickly Covid spread across the globe. It started out...

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Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge – Black Spire – Delilah S. Dawson

The last time I reviewed a Star Wars novel it didn’t go very well. The book in question was A Crash of Fate. This was a novel created for the sole purpose of drumming up hype for Disney’s new Galaxy’s Edge theme park. The story itself wasn’t terrible, but it wasn’t particularly good either. In the end, the book appeared...

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Quake II RTX

It occurred to me today that it has been nearly a year since I built my RTX rig. And since that time I’ve not taken an opportunity to really see what all of the “RTX ON” buzz is all about. In case you’re unfamiliar with the term, RTX is the fancy name for Nvidia’s Ray Tracing technology. Ray Tracing is...

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Dungeons & Dragons: The Isle of Dread (Official Reprint)

It’s been a while since I talked about Into the Borderlands, the first “Original Adventures Reincarnated” project. In case you missed it, that release was both an official reprinting and 5E conversion of a classic D&D adventure. It was a book that I was extremely excited about. I love retro D&D and it appears that I’m not alone in my...

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2022 Look Ahead

2021 was an odd year for the site. In terms of gaming, progress on my backlog was slower than in previous years, but still fairly steady. Several of the games I played and reviewed were chock full of content and took quite a while to digest. Despite this, a number of them were Class A titles that I’ve looked forward...

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