Three Fun Reads by and about Gamers: Recommended

Today on another blog I published a post called “Three Fun Reads by and about Gamers.” In it I review Max Wirestone’s The Unfortunate Decisions of Dahlia Moss, Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One, and Felicia Day’s You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost). Perhaps you’d be interested in taking a look.

I call the new blog “not quite ignored” with the subtitle “reflections on the lighter, quirkier, or sometimes more thought-provoking side of news.” Any writing I do specifically about digital games, virtual worlds, and game-based learning (as occasional as that may be) will remain on this site; however, I suspect that now and then, like here, topics will be suitable for either blog. 

Xipe goblinbeachcabana on SouthSeaIsle 10-1-15

Goblin reading nook on a South Sea isle (World of Warcraft)







About Lotus Greene

I started the blog called "Educating Lotus" in 2011, shortly after I began exploring the virtual world Second Life. With friends I met there, I migrated my virtual life to World of Warcraft (WoW) and joined an educators' guild. Lotus Greene is my gamer name, one I kept when I started another blog in 2015 called "Not Quite Ignored," which originally focused on the lighter side of news and now also includes political news and opinions.
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