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 →

TGIF: Webtoon Canvas Rewards Ad Program is Tough to Earn

Five years ago, I wasn't interested in reading Canvas Webcomics. Let's just say, I didn't like inconsistent publishing schedules or stories being redone. I didn't understand the platforms purpose. Nor did I care to learn. I wanted a polished Webtoon Original. Funny thing is many successful Webtoon Originals started off as Canvas Webcomics. This year... Continue Reading →

TGIF: The Grinch

We're two days away from Christmas and the Grinch is getting tired of Whovilles Christmas prep. Why does their celebratory nature bother him so much? Is Grinch the embodiment of Seasonal Depression? Let's take a look at three of his Christmas movies. Wait, have you read the book? If you've only seen the movies, Universal... Continue Reading →

TGIF: Horimiya is Full of Love and Friendship

One friend can change your lifeUnknown This morning, I was hunting for love quotes for a Valentine's Day inspired post. Yes, it's December, but inspiration is a funny thing. You've gotta strike while the iron is hot. The quote above reminded me of Horimiya, an anime. "Popular Hori and outcast Miyamura learn about each other's... Continue Reading →

TGIF: Festive Towns in the U.S.

Do you know someone that takes the holiday season very seriously? Their so devoted that they would live in a Winter Wonderland year-round? If not, are you that person? Whether it's you or a friend, would you pack up and move to a festive town in the U.S. If so, I'm here to share a... Continue Reading →

TGIF: How Are You Finding My Blog Posts?

As a blogger, I contribute my thoughts on a variety of topics with no garuntee someone will read it. When someone goes out of their way to click my link, it's a great feeling. It lets me know my content isn't gathering digital cobwebs. Content Engagement can be humbling too. Some post perform better than... Continue Reading →

TGIF: Christmas Trees Are Cash Crops

It's the most wonderful time to reserve Christmas books from your local library. Yes, were only two weeks into November, but hear me out. I don't hold these books hostage...I just ensure I can get seasonal books in a reasonable amount of time. If someone else checked out a book that I wanted to temporarily... Continue Reading →

TGIF: Bridgerton Books Come to Life…Kind of

Raise your hand if the trending Netflix Show made you hunt down Julia Quinn's novels? I am guilty as charged. Not only am I delighted by the length of series. I am thrilled Netflix is adapting it. I put the emphasis on adapting, because I noticed distinct differences between Bridgerton Season One and The Duke... Continue Reading →

TGIF: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

Sleepy Hollow brings me back to grade school. Most of my Literature teachers included the short story in October and Halloween unit studies. I've read and watched different editions of the story. Since it's Friday and Halloween Weekend, I decided to go in on The Legend of Sleepy Hollow with a focus on Ichabod Crane... Continue Reading →

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