Ant-Man: Little Things with Big Hearts

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I’ve been hyped up for Ant-Man ever since the first trailers came out, and I watched it on release day. Ant-Man is probably the best Marvel movie I’ve seen, though it’s been a long while since I watched some of the other movies. I think it’s better than Captain America:…

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Anya’s Adventures in Japan: To the Holy Land

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My second day in Tokyo was spent in Akihabara! I finally made the otaku pilgrimage to the holy land. All that’s left is for me to make it to the holy festival of Comiket one day, hopefully to sell my own work. Travelling on the JR Yamanote Line takes almost…

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Anya’s Adventures in Japan: Day 3

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The hotel we chose for our little stay in Tokyo was the Shinjuku Washington hotel. Fairly cheap, and it was close to a rail station. Sort of. My mom decided to be cheap and drag our bags instead of taking a taxi, so it ended up being my job to…

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Anya’s Adventures in Japan: Day 2 and Pretty Fox Shrines

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  Well this post came out way later than expected. While I was supposed to post about travelling, I was doing some travelling myself. I am now planted in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and nothing can take me away (please for the love of cakes, please take me away).    Day 2!…

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Anya’s Adventures in Japan: Day 1 and the JR Pass

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I boarded the plane early in the morning with my mom. In some ways it was perfect. With how sleepy I was, the six-hour flight to Japan would probably pass by quickly. Of course my stupid body decided to stay awake after a tiny amount of sleep and proceed to…

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Heart and Soul – When Women Were Warriors (Trilogy)

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When Women Were Warriors by Catherine M. Wilson I absolutely love this story. Technically a trilogy, while each book ends at the conclusion of different arcs, When Women Were Warriors reads smoothly across from each book to the other rather than feeling like there’s a startling break between each. The…

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Lesbians Everywhere – The Sublime and Spirited Voyage of Original Sin

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The Sublime and Spirited Voyage of Original Sin by Colette Moody The moment I realize the proportion of lesbians is greater than straight women in a book is the moment I realize I love that book. And I love this book. The novel follows Gayle Malvern, the daughter of Madman…

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