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  • 2015 / 03 / 31

    Winter wrap up! + Spring Watch-list!

    A few on my watch-list were last autumn leftovers; Akatsuki no Yona, Nanatsu no Taizai & Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso. That said I still found winter season a wee bit promising. Granted I only have like 4 new titles to add to my anime reservoir, it was still plenty enough to get excited with. But among the four titles, only two I faithfully followed, while the two left me a bit unmotivated. Tokyo Ghoul √A 『東京喰種トーキョーグール√A』 I already wrote TD;DR—

  • 2015 / 03 / 31

    A little dent on my book buying habit.

    When I started blogging, I really have no idea what an ARC was all about. But when I saw people mentioning sites like Netgalley and Galley Grab (which I really, really miss), I was really, really interested. I got to read advance copies in exchange for reviews? Yes, please. But when I read their guidelines, you could say I was intimidated. Very much so. For professional reader? That’s sounds so…well, professional and I’m definitely not that. But I pulled my—

  • 2015 / 03 / 29

    a review / reaction to TKG √A.

    The amount of scorned Tokyo Ghoul √A received from manga elitist had me rolling my eyes for the entire course of the series. I actually prefer reading the genuine reaction of anime only viewers than the spiteful comments those said fans had been complaining every single episode. Granted that TGA was far from perfect but the recurrent protests were getting out of hand (annoying even). I’m a manga reader, currently up-to-date with the sequel. When the anime production announced that—

  • 2015 / 03 / 29

    Trouble from the Start

    Author: Rachel Hawthorne Published: April 28th 2015 Publisher: HarperTeen Categories: Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Summary: Perfect for fans of Stephanie Perkins, Lauren Barnholdt, and Susane Colasanti, Trouble from the Start is a sweet and romantic read about a good girl who falls for a bad boy. Avery knows better than to fall for Fletcher, the local bad boy who can’t seem to outrun his reputation. Fletcher knows he shouldn’t bother with college-bound, daughter-of-a-cop Avery.—

  • 2015 / 03 / 21

    A Darker Shade of Magic

    Author: V.E. Schwab Published: February 24th 2015 Publisher: Tor Books Categories: Fantasy, Science Fiction External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Summary: Kell is one of the last Travelers—rare magicians who choose a parallel universe to visit. Grey London is dirty, boring, lacks magic, ruled by mad King George. Red London is where life and magic are revered, and the Maresh Dynasty presides over a flourishing empire. White London is ruled by whoever has murdered their way to the throne. People—

  • 2015 / 03 / 17

    Emmy & Oliver

    Author: Robin Benway Published: June 23rd 2015 Publisher: HarperTeen Categories: Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult External Links: Book Depository • Goodreads Summary: Emmy’s best friend, Oliver, reappears after being kidnapped by his father ten years ago. Emmy hopes to pick up their relationship right where it left off. Are they destined to be together? Or has fate irreparably driven them apart?Emmy just wants to be in charge of her own life. She wants to stay out late, surf her favorite beach—go—

  • 2015 / 03 / 12

    The Great Shoujo Rec Post (Part 1)

    I’ve been in a shoujo manga spree for some time now (like months). Reading one shots, rereading old favorites and especially searching for new ones. And here I am sharing the love. I’m going to segregate this topic into three part posts. ① Fairly New / Currently Ongoing (20+ chapters the most) ② Josei Series ③ One Shots / Completed (short series, 1-2 volumes) This is the first installment. I think I found some great reads that I’m now currently—

  • 2015 / 03 / 11

    The thing about clichés—

    is that: I don’t hate them. I actually liked them. They are good tools. They are very great starting point. I don’t necessarily fault a book/story when it showcases clichés, tropes. In all honesty, there are good ones that despite the predictability I still ended up loving it. This cemented the idea that to me they aren’t the reason that drags the book down. I think it is always depends on how it is used, as I said they are—

  • 2015 / 03 / 05

    My Favorite Bookworm Characters!

    It’s nice to know when some of the characters I read have the same passion as I am. Especially if this character is a favorite of mine. It made them more appealing and interesting to me. One of those that instantly pique my interest is when a character is a bookworm too. I am a bookworm; it’s nice to know that these characters I love also have intense love for reading. I was gathering characters I’ve read/watch and sadly, it—

  • 2015 / 03 / 01

    February in a Nutshell!

    It’s hard to believe that February flew by just like that. I know it’s the shortest month of the year but still, it went so fast! But you know what was (is still is) slow last month? That’s right, my reading pace. 3.3 I’m so, so behind my reading challenge something that never happened in the last five years. I blame my constant procrastination for that. Oh well. Monthly Highlight! Left to right: The Great ‘OTP’ Post!; Breaking some stereotypes!—

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