Zephaniah’s Adventure Podcast: Episode 9 for July 11, 2018
In this episode Ender’s Game, Zombies in the Safari, Community Spotlight with Ali & Warcraft History!
Podcast / Community Spotlight: Announcement’s!
If you are ever interested in participating in any way for the podcast, please feel free to reach out. I do not bite, I promise. Links for twitter and the blog’s discord are available in the show notes.
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Feature Of The Week:
Your WoW Soundtrack, 9 & 10!
Community Spotlight: Ali
Evaric for suggesting the music for me!
Rob Zombie, for being such a bad ass, and rocking out for as long as I have been alive!
To Ali and her super awesome introduction to podcasting – keep up the good work!
To Blizzard for an awesome game that I absolutely love.
Music used in this episode:
“Alchemists Tower”, “Alien Restaurant” & “Division” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Until next time, I hope your adventure is awesome!
Wonder is a children’s book about August Pullman and his story about his life with a facial deformity.
August, a home schooled fifth-grader living in North River Heights in Upper Manhattan with his parents, details a bunch of medially needed surgery’s, the passing of his dog, and starting to go to an actual school.
As sad as I am for August and his circumstances, you see how bright he is. The book is laced with a few laugh out loud moments. Its about life and how some kids can be cruel but how a child works through these times of their life’s.
It really worth a read no matter your age, it will provide you a different perspective on life.
The Girl On The Train is a psychological thriller novel by author Paula Hawkins that was released on January 13, 2015. The story is a first-person narrative told from the point of view of three women. Rachel Watson is a 32-year-old alcoholic, Anna is young stay-at-home mother, and Megan Hipwell who has a troubled past and who lives down the street.
The film rights for the novel were acquired in March 2014 by DreamWorks Pictures, that was released on September 20, 2016.
I was looking to read something to read for April and ran into a few ideas. For this month I had decided to grab the audio book via my local library’s app on my iPad. I have read a bunch of reviews that were incredibly positive. I will watch the film after I listen to the book.
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This week in the World Of Warcraft blog-a-sphere we are featuring Ann In Azeroth. I found her via Z and Cinder’s blogging challenge.
Upon reading, Ann is very funny, quick witted. The post are very detailed & a pleasant read. Please take the time to visit her blog!
You can visit her blog at https://anninazeroth.wordpress.com! (Also clickable!)
Alunaria’s Avenue is such a good looking Warcraft blog! It was recommended by a few people in the Convert To Raid community, and I am super happy that they did!
There are so many awesome post that are such a great draw to them! Also, a great set of transmog’s as well!
So take the time and take a look at her blog! Click here!
I recently stumbled upon an interview that I enjoyed! Also a plethora of book reviews.
I am adding books to read on my list almost daily due to recommendations, and this is no exception. So when you have some time to spare, take a look at “Confessions Of A Readaholic” because it is defiantly worth the read!
Visit the page here: https://amandeepmittal.wordpress.com
Preface: In Early November, I visited my local Goodwill (a thrift store) to see what I could purchase for family and friends during the Christmas season. When you first walk in there is a set of bins that you can shuffle through. Mostly old phone cases, small bags, scarf’s, and hats. I came across a purple iPad mini case that was purple. Purple is my favorite color, so I picked it up and it was slightly heavier then I thought the case should be. I flipped open the case, and found a kindle inside. I was sort of stunned. I payed three dollars for a five dollar case and a one hundred dollar device. The great people at amazon helped me update the firmware and reset and register the device under my name. Thank you Amazon. You guys rock!
The Martian is a science fiction novel by Andy Weir that was self published in 2011 that was adapted into a film featuring Matt Damon in 2015. There were several place’s around the web, including Good Read’s that has suggest this book to me. The story follows an American astronaut, Mark Watney, as he becomes stranded alone on Mars in the year 2035 after the rest of his crew believes he is dead after a dust storm.
Mark Watney is logging everything he can and tries desperately to repair the communications dish to let NASA know he is alive.
I do not want to spoil the story for anyone who has not read the book or watched the movie; however, Weir was very much inspired by science to wright this book. He worked very hard to have accurate information. There is not a lot of fluff. It is very clean in its approach to the science. I really am enjoying the pace of the book so far.
I just started reading the book but as you can see I am really enjoying it. After reading the book, I will definitely watch the movie.