I moved back to Japan at the end of July 2019 and time just flew by since then. Hard to believe it’s already been half a year already! I’ve somehow managed to survive working as a Japanese civil servant so far.Continue reading
Travelling to Japan can be a costly endeavour. Expensive plane tickets and overpriced Western hotel rooms can easily leave one wondering: where did all the cash go? Don’t despair just yet. Even if it is time to tighten the purse strings, you can enjoy a variety of fantastic traditional and modern Japanese foods on a budget. Read on for the top five ways to eat cheap in Japan!Continue reading
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The Divine Sacrafice wasn’t a horrible read, it was enjoyable, simply not as much as I had hoped for this sequel.
After reading the first novel in the Arthurian Mysteries series, I could not wait to start the second novel in the series. I thought the adventures could only get better from here, sadly that wasn’t exactly the case. Regardless, The Divine Sacrifice can still be enjoyable on different levels as an Arthurian story, a historical fiction novel and a murder mystery, merely I suggest not setting your hopes too high up for it.Continue reading
Wind Catcher, written by the fabulous Jeff Altabef and his daughter Erynn, is a coming of age tale that takes on fantasy and supernatural aspects as well to make a wonderful new series. The first in Altabef’s YA Chosen series, Wind Catcher definitely caught my attention and held it hostage until the very end.Continue reading
Tabula Rasa by Kristen Lippert-Martin is certainly a page turner. It enthrals readers and makes it hard to take a pause from the novel. It is definitely heart pounding and will hook readers from the very beginning to the end. It truly did feel like an action movie, and there were no dawdling moments in Tabula Rasa at all.Continue reading