The Good and Bad Of Daily Pass for New Webtoon Series

When Webtoon initially offered fast pass, I thought this was a great way to support creators. Also, I was only fast passing a handful of Webtoon Originals. So, a few hundred coins went a long way. Last year, select series episodes cost went from 5 Coins to 7 Coins. This happened without warning. There were... Continue Reading →

Saga Volume One: A First Impression

To be honest, I was searching for more graphic novels at my library. I read a lot of romance, drama, and fantasy webcomics. Although Libby is a great source for manga, I wanted to read more print comics. It turns out finding manga by subject isn't easy. When it comes to online library catalogues, your... Continue Reading →

Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season 8

Was there a show that you were probably too young to watch growing up? For me, it was Buffy The Vampire Slayer. If you haven't heard of her, this quote should get you up to speed. "In every generation there is a chosen one. She alone will stand against the vampires the demons and the... Continue Reading →

So Close To Amazing by KariAnne Wood

At the beginning of the year, I was feeling creatively drained, which was making it hard to maintain my three post a week schedule. I decided to minimize my screentime and take out a variety of books to recharge. My family's weekly library trip is child focused. Typically, I search and put my books on... Continue Reading →

Home Libraries Are Worth The Investment

Although I advocate borrowing books from local libraries, it's important to maintain a home library as well. This keeps books present and accessible at all times. Reading is not an activity that requires permission or supervision. Since, I make a point of reading for learning and leisure, it's behavior that my children mirror as well.... Continue Reading →

Gamer Girls: 25 Women Who Built The Video Game Industry

Mary Kenney and a selection of accomplished women address the joy and sorrow that come from the gaming industry. The books main audience is girls of all ethnicities that are interested in making videos games, as well as, working in the industry. Although the book titles says 25 Women, some chapters contain Side Quests with... Continue Reading →

Will Yonder Impact Ad Revenue For Sites That Translate Web Novels

Late last year, Webtoon announced it's new web novel app called Yonder. They weren't very subtle about it. I recall seeing Yonder sponsored post for The Remarried Empress on my news feed (a similar method convinced me to checkout Lore Olympus). In my opinion, selecting The Remarried Empress webcomic was a wise choice. Season Two... Continue Reading →

Reading Manga with Libby For Free

During my crusade to promote reading in my home, our local librarian was telling my family about Libby. It's a reading and audio app that allows you to borrow digital copies of items you're library carries. She told us that she uses it to listen to audiobooks during her commute. To be honest, e-books aren't... Continue Reading →

The Dating Plan by Sara Desai

Last month, I decided to spend some time with RomCom Novels. Based on the cover, I could tell it was an interracial romance. Plus, their posture hints at an engagement. Is marriage end game? The bridge connects the cascade of flowers. So all should be good. Right? Well, not exactly. In fact, Katie Anderson's illustration... Continue Reading →

The Emoji to English Dictionary

Some of you may know that I have a habit of reserving books for pick up. It cuts down on "me-time" I spend on my family's weekly library trip. I already love the library. These trips are for my kiddos. It's a fun way to interact with a community helper and build a foundation for... Continue Reading →

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