Last weekend, I had the pleasure of joining Patty @ Bookishwanderlovee and Amanda @ Brains Books and Brawn at hosting Jingle Books and MistleTOe: A Bookmas Gathering. It was a night of snackages, book talk, and shenanigans involving Patty’s cat Snowball.
Word on the Street: Toronto (henceforth WOTS) happened this past weekend, and as a first time experience, it was enjoyable—if a bit claustrophobic—and people up in my personal bubble is no bueno. Also foodtrucks. Also authors. Also more people.
Alternatives is the tagline feature for other forms of entertainment outside of discussing literature. These posts may encompass television, movies, games, and music with a randomized flavour of the moment approach to each post.
Alternatives Interactive Games – Escape Rooms
(This isn’t the place I visited but it gives a good visual example of what to expect with these escape rooms…even if it looks slightly cheesy.)
Monopoly is the board game that ruins friendships. Escape Rooms are the interactive games that make you want to murder them. Well, maybe.