Last Friday, I felt sick and decided to cancel all my appointments for the weekend. This way, I’ve been able to spend a relaxing weekend in order to get better.
On Friday, I changed my blog’s logo for a new one. I thought the last one was too impersonal and colourless. (Do you remember my last logo? You don’t, right…?)
I really had no idea how to make a logo so I took a very useful one-hour course called Watercolor Branding: Create Your Own Custom Watercolor Logo and I love the result.
What do you think? I hope you love it, guys!
Adventure Escape: Murder Inn
Yesterday, I got totally hooked to this fascinating and intriguing escape room and adventure game called Adventure Escape: Murder Inn:
College friends reunite at a remote mountain lodge where mysteries and secrets run deep. Last year, one friend died in a tragic skiing accident. This year, another friend is murdered in her guest room. Everyone claims their innocence, but someone is lying. Detective Kate Gray must search the inn and interrogate suspects to gather clues and find the culprit!
I’ve always loved escape rooms and adventure games. I do because they’re challenging and they make you rack your brain.
Maybe you don’t know what an escape room is… It’s a game in which you need to solve a series of puzzles and riddles using clues, hints and strategy in order to escape a room.
I’ve played them quite a lot so far, so from my experience I can tell Murder Inn is a good one.
The good thing is that it’s absolutely free and if you love it and need for more, Haiku Games has a lot more of this kind on their website.
Backpack by Emily Barr
I’ve started reading this chick-lit and mystery novel I recently bought in London.
Adrift in the wake of her long-suffering mum’s death, Tansy hopes her modest inheritance will help cast her in the role of glamorous ‘Englishwoman Abroad,’ as she flits from Vietnam to China. Instead, she finds ungrateful locals who treat her like the tourist she is, a climate that’s hell on her skin, and a motley group of grimy back packers she likes more than she’ll ever admit. But when blond Englishwomen in Asia start turning up dead, what began as a grand adventure suddenly becomes a real-life murder mystery… and blond Tansy wonders if she’ll live long enough to tell the tale of her travels.
I’ll write a post about it as soon as I finish it (promise!). You’ll find it on my recently created Book Club.
Have your say
What did you do at the weekend?