Kaguya-sama: Love Is War

After rewatching Your Lie in April, I was in the mood for a lighthearted RomCom. But what to watch? If your familiar with Your Lie in April, you may understand why I needed something adorably funny to stop the tears.  Don't get me started with My Hero Academia Season Six. The best use of a... 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 →

Shojo Anime is one of my favorite genres. Many are based of amazing mangas and light novels. Although they have plenty of source material, there compressed into one season, or canceled abruptly. On top of that, I prefer anime dubbed in English over subtitles. In the anime production world, domestic (Japanese) viewership holds more weight... Continue Reading →

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