Happy Caturday everyone! Cat themed comics are one of my big weaknesses and I love finding all manner of stories dealing with cats or told by cats. This particular manga was recently released by Dark Horse and tells a really cute story of a fairly antisocial gamer connecting with a young cat as a first-time … More Caturday Special: Why you should read Cat Gamer by Wataru Nadatani
Continuing my quest for comfy isekai, we come to this gem of a title. It was just recently published back in April with the second volume coming out next month. The main reason I picked it up was again we see a female led isekai focusing on something other than action and adventure. I love … More Magical Artisan Dahlia Wilts No More Manga Volume One Review
I’m always on the look-out for chill fantasy stories where the action is secondary to dealing with everyday life. I feel like I get inundated with action in western fantasy, and I come to manga and light novels for a more relaxed fantasy experience. This new series that just came out earlier this month is … More Housekeeping Mage from Another World: Making Your Adventures Feel Like Home, Volume 1 Manga Review
The isekai genre has been in flux for decades now, ever since the 90s when we started seeing stories of people getting transported to other worlds appear in anime. Back then the landscape looked a lot different, primarily being that they featured more female main characters who suffered through a lot more hardship in order … More Monday Musings: Is the Era of action-packed Isekai over?
It seems like a new-ish trend for manga these days is Isekai for women, or Isekai that focus less on powerful heroes and more on everyday life. And I have to say that as an avid reader of slice-of-life manga, I do approve! In my journey to get back into manga, I recently picked up … More The Savior’s Book Café Story in Another World, Vol 1 Manga Review
Hello loyal fans! I have returned! the pandemic has been tough on any kind of motivation for me, especially creative motivation. But, I’m slowly working my way back to things I loved doing, including manga and this blog! I’ve been away from the anime and manga fandom for way too long, and haven’t even watched … More [Breaking News!] I’m not dead!
Want some quick shifter romances with a host of different situations, characters, and thrilling dangers? Eve Langlais has created a great, quick read series of seven books each with a slightly different feel to them. They’re all fated mates stories that present obstacles in the way of the characters having a life together. While each … More Freakn’ Shifters Series by Eve Langlais Review
Lately, I’ve been feeling some good shifter romance. Looking through Goodreads recommendations, Facebook groups, and Kindle Unlimited, I came upon this book. It’s the first standalone in a series of books following different characters in the same universe and wolf pack. I particularly wanted to read this one because the main character is deaf. I … More Wolf Signs by Vivian Arend Book Review
Once you go reverse harem, you never go back. I’ve found that out apparently. Now I’m stuck looking for some more spicy harem stories, and wound up stumbling on this one. It’s a dark but hilarious four-book series that deals with all things hell-spawn, apocalyptic, and crazy. Take four powerful members of hell and stick … More The Dark Side Series by Kristy Cunning Review
Ready for some romcom, reverse harem craziness? I know I was not expecting to laugh this much reading through all three of these books and the novella. I think this is one of my first reverse harem romances I’ve read, at least in recent memory, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. Raven Kennedy has a great … More Heart Hassle Series by Raven Kennedy Review