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Book Review: Coraline by Neil Gaiman

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You know how a book will sometimes scream out to be read for years, and you just never get to it? Even when it is from an author both critically acclaimed, and personally beloved? Coraline was one of those book for me… until now.

It was finally time to delve into the delightfully dark mind of Neil Gaiman once more.

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Anime Review: Orenchi no Furo Jijo (The Circumstances in My Homes Bathtub)

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Just a heads up that my latest anime review is live over on About.com and this time i’ve given Wakasa the very beautiful  merman the spotlight in Orenchi no Furo Jijo (The Circumstances in My Homes Bathtub.

This was a really fun series to spend time with, and at 4 minutes an episode it wastes no time. If you want to watch it, full episodes are available for free legal streaming on Crunchyroll.com.

Book Review: The Iron Trial (Magisterium #1) by Cassandra Clare and Holly Black

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Two of the hottest authors in YA right now, Cassandra Clare (Mortal Instruments, Infernal Devices) and Holly Black (The Spiderwick Chronicles, Coldest Girl in Cold Town) have teamed up on Magisterium, a hot new Middle Grade series.

The first book in the series is The Iron Trial, and so far I like what i’ve seen.

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Selector Spread WIXOSS Episode 3 [Recap and Thoughts]

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Who is Mayu? In Episode 3 of Spread Selector WIXOSS we get some clues about the mysterious woman residing within the white room. Why is she there, controlling the WIXOSS LRIGs?

Join me as I recap and discuss each episode of Selector Spread WIXOSS!

[This will obviously include spoilers for the first season so if you’ve not kept up to date I urge you to watch those before you read any further. If you have interest in learning to play the WIXOSS TCG, check out my introduction to the game.] Continue reading Selector Spread WIXOSS Episode 3 [Recap and Thoughts]

Selector Spread WIXOSS Episode 2 [Recap and Thoughts]

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Last episode ended with a creepy smirk from human Ulith, and it is in Episode 2 that we start to see what she has in store for our Selectors.

Join me as I recap and discuss each episode of Selector Spread WIXOSS!

[This will obviously include spoilers for the first season so if you’ve not kept up to date I urge you to watch those before you read any further. If you have interest in learning to play the WIXOSS TCG, check out my introduction to the game.] Continue reading Selector Spread WIXOSS Episode 2 [Recap and Thoughts]

Selector Spread WIXOSS Episode 1 [Recap and Thoughts]

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Selector Infected WIXOSS was a standout favourite during it’s first season run, and is now back on the air with follow up season “Spread Selector WIXOSS”.

Join me as I recap and discuss each episode of Selector Spread WIXOSS!

[This will obviously include spoilers for the first season so if you’ve not kept up to date I urge you to watch those before you read any further. If you have interest in learning to play the WIXOSS TCG, check out my introduction to the game.] Continue reading Selector Spread WIXOSS Episode 1 [Recap and Thoughts]

Book Review: The Poison Diaries by Maryrose Wood

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A garden dedicated to poisonous plants sounds like a pretty dangerous thing to have around the home don’t you think? In the right hands however, even the most deadly plants can have healing properties found nowhere else.  Continue reading Book Review: The Poison Diaries by Maryrose Wood

Book Review: Is it Just Me? By Miranda Hart

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Source: Kindle Purchase
Release Date: October 11, 2012
Pages: 337 pages
Genre: Humor
Publisher: Hachette Book Group
Author: Miranda Hart
Available from: Amazon or BookDepository
Goodreads: Is It Just Me?
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As someone who has worked in an office environment for the better part of 9 years doing administrative work, I believe that you either find some way to entertain yourself or you go a bit loopy. Miranda Hart has saved many a dull day in our office of late, and now i’ve just finished her first book.

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