Read All the Manga!

So, if you’re not following me over on YouTube, you won’t know that I’m currently “doing a thing!” I recently reached the 2000 subscriber milestone over on my channel, and to celebrate I decided to put together my most requested video: my manga collection video.

Instead of being able to fit it into 1 video though, because that’s impossible, I’ve split it into 11 parts. If you’re interested in checking it out, you can watch the series, here:

Thanks for watching! 😀

 

I share this collection with my sister. Check out her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sassenachgaijin/

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I Destroy Manga! My manga bullet journal (Oct 2019)

It’s true! I do destroy manga. But only manga that wanted to be destroyed. Because of my loooooong history collecting manga, I’ve amassed a somewhat large collection of damaged manga. And a few years ago, I realized I could do something interesting with these books, if I turned them into craft projects. There have been a few things I’ve made in the past, but lately I just use manga to create bullet journal spreads.

I’ve really come to enjoy making these pages, and then filling them in during my week. I’m surprised by how much more productive I have become.

However, next year I’m going to be moving out of the standard Leuchtturm1917 book that I’ve been using for my bujo, and into a new Hobonichi Cousin. It’s a book I’ve used in the past and enjoyed, but I did struggle to fill the pages much more than I do with the Leuchtturm1917. So, I’m not sure how my planning will turn out in 2020, but I’m interested to see where this new planner takes me.

What do you use to plan with (if anything)? Are you as big a stationery addict as I am?

*note: if you want to skip the talking part, start the video at 8:15

 

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October TBR | I’m doing #Victober

I was reviewing my reading goals for the year and discovered I only need to read 4 more novels to achieve the 20 novels I wanted to read this year… I won’t tell you I’m nearly 150 volumes of manga behind my manga-reading goal… and 90 volumes behind my comic book goal… but, I’m so close to reading enough novels! And, if I complete my October TBR, I’ll complete this goal! Isn’t completing goals amazing?!

I decided to participate in the #victober readathon. It’s a month-long readathon focusing on Victorian literature. I’ve picked a few Victorian books to read… plus, I’m adding in a few Victorian-set manga… and just one extra book that I wanted to read this month.

Check out my TBR on my YouTube:

Know of any manga with a Victorian setting? Recommend them below – If I happen to have them… or, the public library does… I’d love to add them to my TBR.

I buy the manga… End of September Haul

I promise real blog posts are coming. I’m just warming up. Until then, please enjoy my YouTube content! 😀

 

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BOUJEE BOOKTUBER TAG | how I value books (and manga)

Check out my latest video.

 

Created by: ABookOlive https://youtu.be/lpbnPj0B9XU

I was tagged to do this by SuesBookNook https://youtu.be/HkLMWrPRBvw

The Boujee Booktuber Tag
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–THE QUESTIONS–
1. What is your average monthly budget for books?
2. What’s the most you’ve ever spent in a bookstore?
3. Are you willing to pay full price for a brand new release, or will you wait until you have a coupon or there’s a sale?
4. Would you rather buy one new book or several less expensive used copies?
5. What do you think is a reasonable price for a new hardback book? A paperback? An eBook?
6. Is a signed book worth more to you? How about a first edition?
7. What is your most valuable book (sentimental or actual value)?
8. Will you pay more for a cover or edition you like better?
9. What physical characteristics does a good quality book have?
10. If you won the lottery, what bookish things would you do with the money?
BONUS: Give us an image (actual or mental) of your dream home library!

 

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