Violet Evergarden is an anime available on Netflix. It is also based on a Japanese light novel of the same name written by Kana Akatsuki and published by Kyoto Animation on December 25th, 2015. An anime adaptation is available on Netflix since 2018, consisting in 13 episodes and an original video animation (OVA). Where it… Continue reading Violet Evergarden
I rarely go to the movies. Hell, the last time I went to the movie theater to watch anything was to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. After that, I just went lazy. Just kidding, I don't watch movies often, to be honest. However, a few movies got my attention this year; I decided to… Continue reading Misiones
Alone? I know some people can't grasp the idea of being alone in a "special" day like Valentine's Day, and I don't know why, to be honest. But I am being selfish here; not everyone thinks the way I do, and that's fine. The only thing I'd like to say is that you matter. There's… Continue reading Single Valentine
For some, these simple words evoke a strange, wonderfully contented desire to step into a world of yesterday or a world of magical fancy. For others, they evoke a grimace of forced familiarity pushed upon them by teachers who only tried to follow the lesson plan or friends and family members wanting to impress a love of reading.
However, the latter, though indeed forced unwillingly into books either much too far above their understanding or simply far from their particular tastes, miss out on the joys and friendships that can exist between the pages.
The literature to which I am referring includes the works by authors such as Dickens, Austen, Fitzgerald, and the like. Between the pages of their praiseworthy works are found characters – people – while not real in the worldly sense, but real in our imaginations, where they are cultivated into existence through the aid…
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I played Vambrace: Cold Soul on PS4. The influence it took from Darkest Dungeon is clear. However, I have no more references than that; I haven't played Darkest Dungeon so take my opinion as someone that only knows this game. The game is also available on Nintendo Switch, XBox One, PC, Mac, and Linux. A… Continue reading Vambrace: Cold Soul
Twitter, my favorite social network, I can't explain why but I love it so much! I rarely check Facebook nowadays. I do have a "like page" on Facebook for this website/blog, everything I post here automatically publishes to FB, but I don't go there and I don't even have the link displayed anywhere on this… Continue reading An Indie Title
Time, time, time. Time always go on. Time doesn't see the difference between people and objects. Time just go on. Time is not waiting for you or me. Time is always heading towards future without looking back. We're not important in its eyes. Time just go through an infinite path forward. It doesn't care if… Continue reading Time, Time, Time
I read The Hobbit last month. I thought it’d be nice to make Tolkien a Christmas tradition for me. There’s no reason in particular, though, it is just that December’s Holidays are my favorite. And what could be better than to just read something by someone that started with your favorite genre—Fantasy. I am not… Continue reading Go Fantasy
https://youtu.be/tF4faMbs5oQ Good morning, World!!! Yeah, I know, the title of this post is a reference to Dr. Stone anime. The content has absolutely nothing to do with the series. Shame on me! I am not an expert on science either, so let's forget about it. Go and watch the anime, it's available on Crunchyroll!… Continue reading Good Morning, World!
It's been a busy, and unfortunate, week. I had to pause my novel, hence my NaNoWriMo mission is going to fail. Doesn't matter, though, since the real objective is to write a novel. The 1st draft is going to be delayed, but that doesn't mean it's gone. I've been backing up my Word file every… Continue reading A Blog: For Her Moon, Pt 5