Blog Post, Readathon, TBR

Read your own adventure readathon

Not only is May the Asian Readathon, but it is also the first year for Read your own adventure, as hosted on Tiktok. As a rogue I will be reading a mixture of genres to tick off my prompts, as well as combing them with the Asian authors I will be using for the Asian Readathon.

Blog Post, Comic Review, Graphic Novel Review, Review

Chew, Volume 1 ‘Taster’s Choice’ | Graphic Novel Review

Tony Chu is a detective with a strange secret, as a Cibopath he can get physic impressions from whatever he eats. This helps make him an impressive detective, as long as he doesn't mind taking a bite of a corpse for two! Get ready to enter the fascinating world of the FDA (Food and Drug Administration), full of bizarre food powers, sick crimes, and the aftermath of a bird pandemic that has outlawed chicken of all kinds.

Blog Post, Review

13 Days of Horror | Day Ten | Secret Santa by Andrew Shaffer

Lussi is desperate for a new job after she is let go from her previous publishing company. She has a string of bestselling horror books to her editing bow, so it shouldn't be that hard to find a new company. Sadly, she finds that the lead up to Christmas isn't the ideal time to be job hunting, especially as nothing is released over the holidays. Secret Santa is a festive horror comedy set in the 80's, which doesn't skimp on the nostalgia.

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13 Days of Horror | Day Nine | The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James

Carly is meant to be getting ready for college and making decisions about what route she wants her life to follow. She should be doing that, but she just can't stop thinking about her aunt Viv, who disappeared before she was born. The last anyone knew of her was that she was working at The Sun Down Motel when she went missing, so where better to look for answers once and for all?