Welcome, one and all, to the new weekly round-up! We’ve got plenty to go through, so let’s dive right into it.
We’re going to start with the run-down of posts that went live last week, split by category and sorted alphabetically:
Anime – Season Reviews
Fruits Basket Season One Part One [Anime Review]
Books (Spotlights and Guest Posts)
Awakening by JJ Harper [Book Spotlight – MM Shifter Romance]
Body Parts and Mind Games by Jude Tresswell [Book Spotlight – LGBTQ Crime]
A Broken Winter by Kale Night [Book Spotlight – LGBT Sci-Fi / Fantasy]
Hearts Of Magic by Kay Doherty [Book Spotlight – MM Paranormal Romance]
Magic & Mirrors by L.M. Brown [Books Spotlight – MM Fantasy Romance]
The Mirror Maze by Dianne Hartstock [Book Spotlight – LGBT Sci-Fi/Fantasy]
November 18th – 24th, 2019 Round-Up
Black Friday/Cyber Monday Sale!
TV & Films
Best Mythical Characters Of 2019 [Guest Post by Claudia Jeffrey]
OVW TV 1057 [Wrestling Review]
As always, there were plenty of other posts getting some love too though! So, these are the top 5 most viewed older posts for the week:
5th: Dogman: fact or fiction? – It’s back! My study of the popular cryptid and subsequent theory on whether it’s real and what it could be makes it back into the Top 5!
4th: A&H Club Volume 1 by Rick Griffin [Graphic Novel Review – Furry / Lesbian / Drama] – But just ahead of that is my review of the furry yuri comic from the creator of Housepets. Definitely one of my favourite releases.
3rd: MEN+MONSTERS by Aero Zero [Comic Review – Bara / Gay Monsters / Erotica] – The love for same-gender loving continues with this awesome MM graphic novel.
2nd: Magical Sempai Episode 6 [Anime Episode Review] – Sempai being adorable? Check. The debut of Saki? Check. Some points I wasn’t fond of? Also check. Still, this was a good episode.
1st: Kindred Spirits On The Roof: The Complete Collection [Manga Review] – This is a fun little yuri collection set in the same universe as the popular visual novel. Well worth a read.
What can you expect this week? A bit more of a mixed bag this week. For one, the number of book spotlights is lower. Instead, you can expect a review for Soul Eater, some wrestling, and even a horror festival spotlight.
In terms of my own projects, I’m overworking myself. I’m auditioning for everything I can, I’m working on the visual novel, and I have book editing to do. It’s manic, but I like it.
And…that’s about it! So, thank you all for sticking with me. Do you have a particular post you’re looking forward to this week? Or a favorite from last week? Let me know in the comments below.