DRC Review: Jia and the Nian Monster by Mike Richardson and Megan Huang

2020 brings in a new decade and with it new beginnings. This signifies transformation for many people, myself included. Chinese New Year is the Chinese festival that celebrates the beginning of the new year on the traditional Chinese Calendar. The date for this year is January 25, 2020 and it will be the Year of … Continue reading DRC Review: Jia and the Nian Monster by Mike Richardson and Megan Huang

Manga Review: The Witch’s House: The Diary of Ellen Volume 1 by Fummy and Yuna Kagesaki

The Witch's House is a game. I'm serious it is a literally a game. I discovered it when I was in the throes of the breakup with my baby daddy and needed something to take my mind off of it. That is when I discovered Let's Plays ladies and gentlemen and happened upon Markiplier. I … Continue reading Manga Review: The Witch’s House: The Diary of Ellen Volume 1 by Fummy and Yuna Kagesaki

ARC Review: Gudetama: Love for the Lazy by Wook-Jin Clark

Happy New Year!! Coming into a new decade we need to start with a stunner of a book and what else says WOW then Gudetama??? And even better a Gudetama DATING GUIDE. Just in time for Valentines Day too. Sick of dating apps? Want to mingle with real people in real time? Never fear, Gudetama … Continue reading ARC Review: Gudetama: Love for the Lazy by Wook-Jin Clark

ARC Review: To Die To Sleep by Stephanie Black

To die, to sleep;To sleep... perchance to dream Imagine this You're on your way to a secluded resort to unwind because life is rough and we all need some pampering in our lives. SO, on your way, driving up this crazy mountain and you stop and help this woman who no isn't a ghost (my … Continue reading ARC Review: To Die To Sleep by Stephanie Black

Book Review: I Remember You: A Ghost Story by Yrsa Sigurðardóttir, Philip Roughton (Translator)

How was everybody's Christmas? Mine was pretty good 🙂 After my mother's stroke it took awhile for me to want to celebrate the holidays but after having my daughter the joy and need to celebrate was ignited once again. She had such a blast. She didn't ask for much but she did receive what she … Continue reading Book Review: I Remember You: A Ghost Story by Yrsa Sigurðardóttir, Philip Roughton (Translator)

ARC Review: Recipe for a Perfect Wife by Karma Brown

The sun always returned...as long as you were strong enough to wait for it. I'm a huge fan of Women's Fiction so when I saw this title available on Netgalley I immediately had to request it. The synopsis was intriguing and I've always been interested in the lives of women in the 1950s. As we … Continue reading ARC Review: Recipe for a Perfect Wife by Karma Brown