Good Morning! Today, I would like to take moment and address all of the mothers, motherly figures, and anyone else who has ever been a kind, nurturing role model for kids out there– You all are so beautiful and marvellous for everything that you do. The patience, the kindness, the compassion, the understanding, and the…… Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day!!
A most kind and brilliant book blogger, Shenwei, is hosting a super-awesome reading challenge for the month of May, which also happens to be Asian-American Heritage month, called Asian Lit. Bingo! When I first saw this challenge at the beginning of the month, I had opted out from participating because I felt that I wouldn’t…… Continue reading Asian Lit. Bingo Reading Challenge TBR
Guys, I’m so EXCITED about today’s review! This comic blew my fucking mind and I can’t wait to share it with all the peoples. Monstress Volume 1: Awakening is an #OwnVoices dark fantasy, steampunk comic series written by Marjorie Liu with illustrations from Sana Takeda. It’s quite possibly one of the finest modern comics that…… Continue reading Monstress Volume 1 by Marjorie Liu & Sana Takeda – A Comic Review
Last week I embarked on an adventure to completely re-organise and catalogue my manga collection, as well as clean off my dusty shelves. I’m so proud that this project has been very successful so far. There’s even been a huge decrease in my morning sneezing ritual! To celebrate this wonderful, easy-breathing accomplishment, I wanted to…… Continue reading Manga Spring Cleaning Shelfies!!
What a peculiar type of book! It’s actually a Borzoi book, which means there’s special attention to detail such as the card stock, illustrations, and overall format that make it very unique, creating a seemingly “special” feeling to a rather ordinary book. The structure of it was definitely interesting and helped provide creative visuals for…… Continue reading The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami – A Book Review
Man, I haven’t read a horror novel in so long. I originally bought this book for Sir Boyfriend’s birthday. He ended up loving it, so when the Spring into Horror Readathon came around a couple of weekends ago, I decided I’d give it a shot and see how it faired. Cold Moon Over Babylon by…… Continue reading Cold Moon Over Babylon by Michael McDowell – A Book Review
Over the weekend, I had the wonderful pleasure of re-reading an #OwnVoices Japanese, science-fiction novel called The Lords of the Sands of Time by Issui Ogawa for Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon. It’s a book that I’ve owned for a long time, and one that I had only read when I originally bought it. After reading it…… Continue reading The Lord of the Sands of Time by Issui Ogawa – A Book Review