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

Manga Review: Witch Hat Atelier Vol. 1 by Kamome Shirahama and Stephen Kohler (Goodreads Author)

Another sweet manga review 🙂 I follow this awesome user on twitter by the name of https://twitter.com/MinovskyArticle who talks about a lot of cool mangas that he reads. He posted about this one a few days ago and it looked enchanting by the pictures he provided and I just knew that I had to read … Continue reading Manga Review: Witch Hat Atelier Vol. 1 by Kamome Shirahama and Stephen Kohler (Goodreads Author)

Comic Book Review: Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal by G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona

What in the hell is normal exactly? And why do we strive so hard to try to fit into the cookie cutter image of normality when we think we've figured it out? I can't think or normality now. Not at this point in my old, old life. I used to want to fit in when … Continue reading Comic Book Review: Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal by G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona

Comic Book Review: Lady Mechanika: La Dama de la Muerte #1 by Joe BenĂ­tez

Death is not something we need fear, mija. It is a natural part of our existence. Genre: Comic/Steampunk I have never heard of this comic before but somehow the guy I'm seeing, saw it and was like girl...this is so you. And you guys, he was totally and completely right. This is part 1 of … Continue reading Comic Book Review: Lady Mechanika: La Dama de la Muerte #1 by Joe BenĂ­tez

Manga Review: Happiness Volumes 1 + 2 by Shuzo Oshimi

I was recommended this manga by my high school bestie Arian awhile ago and actually yelled at him for suggesting I read yet another story that would make me cry. His thing since HS has been making me watch movies that make me sob and that hasn't changed apparently. Makato Ozaki is a first year … Continue reading Manga Review: Happiness Volumes 1 + 2 by Shuzo Oshimi

Series of the Week: Amelia’s Notebooks by Marissa Moss

Remember Scholastic book fairs at elementary school? Your teacher cutting a lesson early and herding you and your classmates into the blinding white room where mountains and piles, and stacks of books were being sold. The rush, the excitement, the life. It made me want to just pick a book at random and breathe and … Continue reading Series of the Week: Amelia’s Notebooks by Marissa Moss

Series of The Week: Fullmetal Alchemist by Hiromu Arakawa

source It's time to get your weeb on ya'll.This series of the week is an amazing manga by the incredible Hiromu Arakawa. It's one of the best selling mangas in history and there's absolutely no question as to why. It's just amazing in every way and not just the manga, the anime as well. But … Continue reading Series of The Week: Fullmetal Alchemist by Hiromu Arakawa

DRC Review: The Blue Road: A Fable of Migration by Wayde Compton and April dela Noche Milne

Welcome to my first ever Edelweiss review!! Lmao, I cannot believe I finally got approved. And for 5 books at that!! My boyfriend is honestly my good luck charm because whenever we talk I happen to get approved lmao. I am always so here for whimsical beautiful artwork and a story made up of prose … Continue reading DRC Review: The Blue Road: A Fable of Migration by Wayde Compton and April dela Noche Milne

ARC Review: Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker and Wendy Xu

"The next full moon snuck up on me.” This was an absolute delight to read and I’m glad I chose to request it as somebody who doesn’t read graphic novels as much anymore. It has everything I love and more. Magic, werewolves, cute vibrant colors, and LOVE. Our main characters are Nova and Tam. Nova … Continue reading ARC Review: Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker and Wendy Xu