Winters in Minnesota start with dark afternoons and freezing cold temperatures and then lead us into feet of snow dropping. Black Friday is usually freezing cold and occasionally dangerous for the folks waiting outside. And, that cute New Year’s Eve outfit usually needs a few extra layers before we head out to celebrate! So, tuck yourselves into your flannel blankets, pick up a steaming or caffeinated drink, and settle in with a sweet story. These books are sure to warm your heart!
What does fall mean to you? The beginning of a new school year? Mystery thrillers? Ghosts, witches, and zombies? Pumpkins? I love fall, coffee, and mystery thrillers – making this blog my favorite thing to discuss. Along with Vanessa (@nessas.lair), I made (and drank!) these fun beverages; if you want to know how to make them, check out Vanessa’s blog: https://nessaslair.com/ So, maybe I have some expertise based on the numerous drinks and mysteries I have consumed?
Hey guys today’s post is inspired by a book that is on all ebook platforms Diary of a Late Bloomer by L.M.L.Gil. Thank you to Xpressotours for sending me a copy to review. Synopsis: Lo is a sheltered 20-year-old who loves baking, manga/anime, and octopi. When she spots her college swim team’s tryout flyer sportingContinue reading “Combining Books and Anime: Looking into a Lens of a 2000s era Otaku”