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TT Kove--More Than Words Book 1

Storytelling: TT Kove

TT Kove’s writing style is very simple–though not in the same way that I said of Aimee Nicole Walker–and it took a bit for me to get used to. However, once I did, I realized that its simplicity allows for the direct yet soft-spoken tone of her words to paint these quietly complex pictures of […]

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Garrett Leigh--Misfits

Storytelling: Garrett Leigh

After working out what it was I liked about Nicola Haken, I realized that it was pretty  much the same for Garrett Leigh. Because she’s very good at guiding you along the course of things. The how of things. How these people are ruined and how they put themselves back together and maybe fall apart […]

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Storytelling: Nicola Haken

Counting Daisies, The Making of Matt, and, my favorite, Broken, are a few of the titles I’ve read by Nicola Haken. She’s good for exposing both sides of a story, going into the emotions and the suffering and she’s really good at conveying how broken some people are and how they don’t always get to […]

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G.L. Tomas--The Unforgettables

2016: In Reading

At the end of 2015, I lost eight years worth of BL manga files. It was like a freak accident. One minute they were there and the next, gone. I was able to re-download all of my Juné and Sublime titles and my eBookJapan titles weren’t affected, of course, but all of my indie comics and […]

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2016: In Music and Video

Don’t mistake this for a “Best of.” This is pretty much the extent of my audio and video intake for the year. On the other hand, with the exception of one, they were all highlights of this year for me. So. “Hamilton.” Is Amazing. Even if it’s not “your thing”, you can’t deny its brilliance. And if […]

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What Now?

Labels Up until I was about 25, I moved every three years. Kindergarten through 12th grade saw me at six different schools, including three high schools. During my first few years of uni, I changed my major every semester. I’ve had a long list of interests that I was really into and I’ve worked in […]

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Artemis Fay: Flight Partners

Flight Partners is the first book in the Lovers in Japan series by Artemis Fay. In this debut installment, we meet Andy and Kenneth who meet on a flight to Japan. Andy is an expat who has been teaching English conversation for three years, while Kenneth will be on his way to claiming the same […]

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New Arrivals: Orochi no Kishi (Reprint + New Cover)

New cover featuring Mouse with Sadao and Tagata in the background. I love this cover. When they first changed artists–Lehanan Aida did the cover and interior illustrations for the first edition Then Aldaria was brought on to do the illos for the second edition–I thought it was going to take some time for me to […]

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