#BellLetsTalk: Mental Health Awareness and why it matters

Today is #BellsLetsTalk day. For those who don't know what it is, #BellLetsTalk is a mental health awareness campaign they run every year, and every tweet with #BellLetsTalk or doing some sort of related activity involving Bell results in Bell donating 5 cents towards mental health initiatives. Why am I bringing this up? You probably already …

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Fanfiction.net vs. Archive of Our Own: Which is better?

This is a big topic I’ve seen when it comes to writing and posting fanfiction a lot, lately. Which platform is better for fanfiction, Fanfiction.net or Archive of Our Own? Being a fanfic writer and reader, I thought I’d give my opinion on what I’ve observed when using both platforms. Quick disclaimer: I’ve always used …

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“Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon!? Volume 6 and 7” Review

Warning: If you have not read “Is It Wrong to Try to Pick up Girls in a Dungeon!? Volume 6 and 7” by Fujino Omori, do not read this review if you don’t want spoilers! I’m back with another book review, and this time it’s “Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in …

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“Holding Still For As Long As Possible” Review

If you have not read “Holding Still For As Long As Possible” by Zoe Whittal, do not read this review if you do not want spoilers! If you don’t mind, go ahead. I’m back with another book review, and this time it’s for “Holding Still For As Long As Possible” by Zoe Whittal! Here’s a …

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“The Sun and Her Flowers” and “Literary Sexts: A Collection of Short and Sexy Love Poems, Vol. 1” Reviews

I’m back with another book review, and this time, to celebrate 100 Followers on WordPress, it’s a double book review of “The Sun and Her Flowers” by Rupi Kaur, and “Literary Sexts: A Collection of Short and Sexy Love Poems, Vol. 1,″ a collection edited by Amanda Oaks and Caitlyn Siehl! I’ll be reviewing these …

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