Friday, August 29, 2008

Video Games as A Positive Family Activity-Jayel Gibson-MamasTimeOut© Guest

On Sunday, August 24, 2008 I spoke with Jayel Gibson on MamasTimeOut©, former teacher turned author of "Ancient Mirrors Tales", including her book Damselflies: An Ancient Mirrors Tale which is a fantasy fiction story tweens/teens and adults alike would enjoy. Damselflies is the third book in the four part series. Her newest book "Everneath" is currently the first in a series of fantasy fiction books. Her series of stories are inspired by friend and fellow gamer, Sean W. Anderson.

Jayel shared with me ideas and games that can make video games a positive family activity. One way of doing this is by playing online against your family, such games as War Craft. Of course the game and ability level will vary based on the players and so will the recommended game based on maturity levels.

See Jayel's website for freebies/giveaways and previews of her book Damselflies and her new book Everneath at

Recommended Sites:

Guide to video games for young children. Reviews of ... Kids 9-up Fun & Learning. Family Fun & Learning. Guides By Product: Software Guide. Video Guide ...

FamilyFun: Video Game Reviews (Family-Friendly Video Games) - and More

great selection of quality family games. ... Veggie Tales ® puzzles and games for the youngsters in the family. VideoGames andDVDs ...
More Video Game Downloads, Cheats, and News. New Games Every Week! ... Family Feud (TM) Brickshooter Egypt. SCRABBLE Blast. Bookworm. The Rise of Atlantis ...

Get your family off the couch and into high gear with these new action-packed video games. ... Family Life. Fun. Food & Recipes. Parents TV. Gadgets & Video Games ...

All sights are suggested resources and should be used for educational/entertainment purposes only, for expert advice related to your situation please consult an expert in the field discussed. All content on these sites are not owned by Little Bytes News and are out of our control.

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