Apocalyptic stories have always been popular, and it seems that they've only increased in recent years with so many different movies and games all relating to the genre. Viewers can't seem to get enough of it. Whether they be escapism or even a form of cautionary tale, people read them by the dozen. Often times … Continue reading Top Five Apocalyptic Webtoons
Top Five Webtoons That Should Be Adapted Into Graphic Novels
With WEBTOON’s exciting announcement of adapting six series into graphic novels, here are our top five picks of Webtoons that should be adapted for print! Line WEBTOON has been growing rapidly since it was first launched back in 2014, with a growing reader base of 72 million global users. Several series have been adapted into … Continue reading Top Five Webtoons That Should Be Adapted Into Graphic Novels
It’s been a while, hasn’t it?
Hey guys! Sorry for vanishing for...(checks my last post and almost dies) two years?! How has it been two years since I last posted?? I still remember posting every day back in high school. Anyway, I’ve been in college. Been super busy. But I have read and watched a lot. But this isn’t fully what … Continue reading It’s been a while, hasn’t it?
Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in Books
1: Jenny Cavanaugh, Jackaby series: Jenny didn't seem like much early in the Jackaby series. Despite being a ghost, she wasn't as colorful as some of the other characters. But that changed with Ghostly Echoes, which focused on Abigail and Jackaby solving her murder, which had become a cold case. Jenny's main struggle isn't just … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in Books
NEW FEATURE: The Cats Review: Inception
Hello, everyone, and welcome to the first post of...The Cats Review! For anyone who doesn't know what the heck I am talking about, this is a sort of pre review to my actual review where I ask my cats what they thought of a recent movie. And yes, the cover image for this post is … Continue reading NEW FEATURE: The Cats Review: Inception
A Quick Notice: My Bookish Main Characters of 2017
Something weird has happened. So I was working on my post last night on my iPad...then my iPad lost wifi. So I worked on my mom's laptop. I worked on many paragraphs and tags and notes. I set up a featured image and a blurb and everything. I even scheduled it for 7;00 this morning. … Continue reading A Quick Notice: My Bookish Main Characters of 2017
Update: Webtoon Recommendations by Genre, Comedy
I have updated my Webtoon Recommendations By Genre: Comedy, list! I added some fanart, and as one of them was a recently featured Webtoon, I added new information and links.I also added a poll, which I would really appreciate you check out and vote on. I need these votes, people! Also, my best male/female charcters … Continue reading Update: Webtoon Recommendations by Genre, Comedy
Totally Should Have Book Tag
Thanks Sophie @Blame it on Chocolate for tagging me for this very fun tag! If you haven't checked out her blog, you have to right now! She has amazing book content, including tags and reviews! And more. TOTALLY SHOULD’VE GOTTEN A SEQUEL: I can't think of many stand-alones where a sequel is necessary, but I would be … Continue reading Totally Should Have Book Tag
Social Deductions: Of Shoes and Colors
The following two weeks after homecoming, Evan and I are sitting in the Social Deductions room. We’ve been swamped lately with about a million breakups; the club room, which is typically pretty quiet, has been swamped with the sound of sobs. Even crying guys. I have to admit, it was kinda funny to see the … Continue reading Social Deductions: Of Shoes and Colors
Social Deductions Announcement
So, I will now have a weekly short story series, called Social Deductions. The synopsis is that the main character, Sage Lux, needs to join a highschool club. However, none of the existing clubs appeal to her, so she creates Social Deductions, which is a club that investigates social mysteries.