Power Couple Tag

While desperately looking for a something to post for Valentine's Day, I remembered that Sophie had tagged me for this tag! So, thanks so much, Sophie! For an extra challenge (for myself) I'm gonna try to stay away from books for this Tag, just for fun. This tag was originally created by Cassiopeia’s Moon. Please … Continue reading Power Couple Tag

Best Webtoons for Halloween

Halloween is coming up faster than I expected, and so here's a post on some of the best Webtoons to read for this holiday. I am going to include some of the creepiest Webtoons, and also some horror-comedy comics as well, if you like your creepy mixed with humor. 10. The Crawling City, Merryweatherey:  Link: The … Continue reading Best Webtoons for Halloween

Halloween Creatures Book Tag

Thanks Mandy @ Book Princess Reviews for tagging me for this tag! If, for some reason, you haven't checked out her blog yet, you should: she has a wide variety of book reviews and features, and is definitely one of the most unique book bloggers out there. However, before we get to the tag, a quick announcement: … Continue reading Halloween Creatures Book Tag

My Favorite Webtoon Recommendations By Genre: Thriller

To me, Webtoons has a good thriller section...but it needs some work. It needs more mysteries! But they do have a solid selection of stories to look at, and many of them are really, really good.10. Distant Sky, Inwan Youn and Sunhee Kim, completed:Link: Distant SkyDistant Sky is about a boy who wakes up in … Continue reading My Favorite Webtoon Recommendations By Genre: Thriller

Update: Bastard Review

I recently updated my review of the amazing psychological thriller Bastard, one of the best and most suspenseful binge reads I've ever had the pleasure to read. I've added pictures, edited my word choice, and included more of my thoughts in the months since its completed. You can find it here: Webtoon Review: Bastard I hope … Continue reading Update: Bastard Review

My Top Ten Webtoons that Should Be Animated (or at least get a proper fandub)

For this list, these are Webtoons that not only have beautiful and unique art styles, but are unique and innovative and  would be something fresh to bring to the animated or fandub world. And something that goes for all of these; I'd like to hear the character's voices, of course! I will probably make a … Continue reading My Top Ten Webtoons that Should Be Animated (or at least get a proper fandub)

My Favorite Webtoon Recommendations By Genre: Drama

Due to my liking for my first post like this, I have decided to list my ten favorite Webtoons for each genre! And please vote in my poll; I will be compiling all the votes into one list: Top Ten Best Webtoons, and I wish to get as much reader support as I can! 10. … Continue reading My Favorite Webtoon Recommendations By Genre: Drama

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

Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in Webtoons

Honorable Mention: Adora, Winter Woods 1. Seonga Yoon, Dr. Frost: Subcategory: mental. Link: Dr. Frost To work in psychology, you have to have brains, an understanding of human nature, and tough skin. While Seonga may not have all those traits at the beginning of the series, she develops them as time goes on, all while retaining … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in Webtoons