Christmas is on the horizon and coming fast. That means music in the air, increased goodwill, super-packed schedules, and thoughts about a King who came as a child. It also means my family is wondering which games they’ll be unwrapping on Christmas morning.
At our house, we’re all about the games, and we play together almost every day. For my daughter, one of the best things I can do to show I care is to take time to play a game with her. And when we get together with our son and his wife, playing games is a priority pastime. We’re always exploring new games and finding new favorites.
Games are such an integral part of our lives, providing learning opportunities, developing skills, enhancing our time together and supplying a lot of fun. Hard to imagine a life without games, but there are some who face challenges that make it difficult to participate.
Give the gift of accessible gaming
I’m thrilled to be part of the Historical Mystery StoryBundle this month to benefit AbleGamers, a charity set up to help gamers with disabilities. My book, The Tower, is included in the bundle along with ten more books by fantastic authors like Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Dean Wesley Smith, and Rebecca Cantrell.
Here’s how it works: you choose how much you want to pay, and you get to decide how much of your purchase price goes toward the charity, how much for the authors, and how much for the good people who run StoryBundle. And you get a supply of excellent reading material to get you through the holidays. It’s a win/win/win/win deal!
Many games, like books, tell a story, providing yet another way to get more Story into your life. Play a game today!
How about you? Do you like playing games? Which are your favorites? Tell us about it in the comments.