Some of my favourite types of novels to read are novelisations of film and gaming media. I have always enjoyed the sense of atmosphere and intimate connections that are built between the reader and the characters that books can provide that are sometimes lost while watching a film or playing a video game. With books,…… Continue reading Top 5 Video Games I Wish Were Novelised!
Rashomon: A Commissioner Heigo Kobayashi Case is a Spanish graphic novel that is written and illustrated by Victor Santos. The collection has two stories that are inspired by Ryūnosuke Akutagawa’s Rashomon, and John Allyn’s The 47 Ronin Story narratives respectively. While I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect going into the comic, I will say…… Continue reading Rashomon: A Commissioner Heigo Kobayashi Case by Victor Santos – Comic Review
Serious blog posts require a lot of thought and dedication, and while I absolutely adore putting them together and writing them, sometimes you need a break from the heavy stuff; just kick back and enjoy the smaller aspects of life. Like anime eyes, girls’ anime eyes to be exact. One of my biggest weaknesses when…… Continue reading Top 8 Favourite Female Eyes in Anime!
With Summer looming around the corner, I picked up a small stack of books that I’d like to tackle during the heat-stroke-inducing season of melted ice-cream and burned BBQ parties. I’m a bit proud of myself as there is a decent amount of variety to the four books that I’m going to be sharing with…… Continue reading Mini Pre-Summer Book Haul & TBR!
Good afternoon, friends. Today, I will be starting a new series on my blog called Self-Care Sundays. As a person who has some serious health burdens that I live with daily, I wanted to find a way to reach out to others who may be in a similar situation or state-of-mind as I am. There…… Continue reading Self-Care Sundays #1: Introduction & Dealing with Anxiety at Home
The History of Nations: Japan is a non-fiction collection of academic essays outlining various events and eras throughout Japanese history. Each essay was written by a different scholar and the collection itself was edited by Clay Farris Naff. It begins with the Ancient era and works its way towards the modern era (c. 2003). One…… Continue reading The History of Nations: Japan edited by Clay Farris Naff – Book Review
It’s a beautifully hot and bright Saturday morning in my neck of the woods, which means that my weekend shall be filled with wonderful pollen and allergy-aggravating lovelies. I’m so excited, y’all. *sobs into their cat* But it is the weekend and I can’t damn well complain about that, now can I? With that, I…… Continue reading Weekend Reads: Gothic Science-Fiction & Samurai Murder Mystery!