Caturday Reads: Horror Chills, Trans Discourse, & Heartfelt Manga – FEATURING KHEB’s KINGLY COMMENTARY

Good day, Foul Beings of BiblioNyan. Welcome to my hooman’s long-vacant blog space. They have had much more vital things to tend to these last few months, such as my grooming and pampering and special kibble preparations, as well as reading to me while I slumber to ensure lovely dreams of mice murder mayhem, and of course the constant dedication to doting of my utmost beauty. I typically do not require any introductions for I am the Supreme Being of All, however, I shall make an acceptance of your

Films & TV Shows that I Watched in June 2021

June was all about films. I didn’t watch a lot of television serials because I didn’t have time to really watch chunks of episodes at a time, which is how I typically like to consume serials (if my ADHD allows). So, when I did find myself with a couple hours of free-time, I just went with whatever films sounded good in the moment. As such, the list of seen titles is pretty large.

Weekend Reads: Spoopy Historical Fiction & Badass YA Science-Fiction

My reading over the last week, or since my last Weekend Reads post to be more specific, has been sporadic. While I have been able to finish a couple of books, the rut is fighting back and it’s annoying to say the least. But fear not! I shall also fight back. As long as I don’t fumble my next d20 roll (let’s go critical hit!), I should be okay, I think. Either way, these are the light-hearted (prose-wise) gems that I shall be diving into with the hopes of driving that rut back into the closet where it belongs.

The Broken Girls by Simone St. James – Book Review

The Broken Girls by Simone St. James is a Canadian supernatural mystery crime fiction novel that I received as a part of my March Book of the Month bundle. It came to me right as I fell into a mystery/thriller reading crave. I was sceptical about its quality and whether it would turn out to…