Assigned books for school may have its fair share of bad rep, but there are some upsides to them. In this post, I think over the past years of reading assigned (non-textbooks) books for school and consider the good points that came out from them.
A while back I was reminiscing over some of the cartoons I watched as a little kid, only to realize that they were anime. This post is a list of the shows I watched back then (because I’m apparently caught up in nostalgia way too often).
I was tagged for the Peer Pressure Tag! Here are my responses.
It’s Valentine’s Day but I’m too embarrassed to straight up admit characters I find attractive, so I’m finding a happy medium by just comfortably appreciating characters. A Jujutsu Kaisen post because it’s, well, a good show.
With the True Beauty k-drama airing, I’ve also been taking the time to rewatch another certain webtoon-adapted k-drama that shares the same male lead actor. In this post, I review the drama My ID is Gangnam Beauty (and make a fool of myself while I’m at it).
A short review of Steve Martin’s memoir Born Standing Up.
I’ve read some of the Ex-Arm manga and watched its ongoing anime adaptation. Here’s a comparison that no one asked for or needed, but I did it anyways.
For a book that I pegged as an intermediate between manga and non-manga literature, Shadow of the Fox came off way more manga-like than I initially thought. This is my (attempt of a) review.
One quick announcement + plug-in to my Twitter.
As a small celebration of The Promised Neverland Season 2 finally airing, I’ve written a post on this series. This is a character study of one of TPN’s main characters, Ray.
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