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20 Reading Questions

Snagged this list of book questions off of Twitter and thought I could do a great blog post here with them! I unfortunately do not have information on the originator of it, since it's been circulating so wide on Twitter, but here we go:1- Favourite Genre to Read:I love reading epic fantasy novels, with sprawling … Continue reading 20 Reading Questions

REVIEW: The Dumb Husky and his White Cat Shizun by Meatbun Doesn’t Eat Meat

Mo Ran felt that taking Chu Wanning as his master was a mistake. His Shizun was just so similar to a cat, while he was like a silly dog. Dogs and cats were biologically different. The silly dog hadn’t originally intended to put his furry paws out towards that cat. He originally thought that dogs … Continue reading REVIEW: The Dumb Husky and his White Cat Shizun by Meatbun Doesn’t Eat Meat

REVIEW: Heaven Official’s Blessing by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu

Eight hundred years ago, Xie Lian was the Crown Prince of the Xian Le kingdom. He was beloved by his citizens and was considered the darling of the world. He ascended to the Heavens at a young age; however, due to unfortunate circumstances, was quickly banished back to the mortal realm. Years later, he ascends … Continue reading REVIEW: Heaven Official’s Blessing by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu

REVIEW: The Scum Villain’s Self Saving System by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu

Shen Yuan is reborn into a young man and scum villain destined to die, Shen Qingqiu. But it must be known that the original Shen Qingqiu was sliced alive by his disciple, Luo Binghe, into a human stick! A human stick! He wants to prove – even scum villains can live, and live coolly at … Continue reading REVIEW: The Scum Villain’s Self Saving System by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu

REVIEW: Phoenix Heavenly Voyage by Feng Nong

Feng Ming was only 19 when he lost his life saving a child from death without hesitation. The grateful father of the rescued child grants Feng Ming a second chance at life. Unknown to Feng Ming, his soul has whisked away to a far away ancient land.Upon waking up, he finds himself inhabiting the frail … Continue reading REVIEW: Phoenix Heavenly Voyage by Feng Nong