Why I Chose Board Games Over Books

Books have always been apart of my life. My mom read all of the Harry Potter series to my sister and me.  I’ve always had a bookshelf in my room. I have always loved reading, and I always will. But, I can’t grow up with my nose in a book. I have changed my reading style from anything to manga and sci-fi.

As high school droned on, I stepped away from books and started my long path to board games. I ordered Ultimate Werewolf and started a game night with my friends. As school went on, people changed, and tensions grew. At the last held game night, an old friend caused me to become angry all because they were talking while I was asking if everyone wanted to play again. We haven’t had a game night since then, and it sucks. I miss them terribly. I’ve joined in on Gage’s friends D&D/game nights, but I feel out of place there, even though I’m good friends with some of them.

As months passed, my little group of friends (leftover from high school) began to play board games with me. I collected more as time went on, and now I’m even in the process of developing one, and I couldn’t be happier.

 

With books, I was always alone, but with games, I always seem to have at least one friend.

I hope to announce my gaming site soon, but I need more to do, so you’ll have to stick around for a bit!

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this- and if you want to know more about the game, support me via ko-fi or (when announced) follow my game site!

Have a good morning/day/night!

-Caitlynne

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