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Childhood Nostalgia Frights

Childhood Nostalgia Frights

As great and as wonderful children’s shows and movies are, they can have some pretty intense and creepy moments.  Even though I’m an adult, there are some moments from recent kids shows that make me go “well that’s messed up” [...]

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REVIEW: Strange Practice by Vivian Shaw

REVIEW: Strange Practice by Vivian Shaw

It’s been a long time since I've finished a book. It’s been longer since I cracked open one that made me laugh on the first page. I didn’t know what to expect from Vivian Shaw’s Strange Practice, but the Edward [...]

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REVIEW: Horimiya, Vol. 8

REVIEW: Horimiya, Vol. 8

Volume 8 picks up the hanging plotline of Volume 7: the school's sports festival is about to begin! Hori gets competitive in a surprising way, Miyamura's motivated by his girlfriend's enthusiasm, and the couple gets split onto different teams, leading [...]

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REVIEW: The Bloodprint

REVIEW: The Bloodprint

A superstitious and patriarchal group called the Talisman has been suppressing knowledge and subjugating women in Khorasan. Led by a man known as the One-Eyed Preacher, the cruel movement continues to grow, bent on world domination. Taking a stand against [...]

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Harassment on YouTube: The Algorithm for Success

Harassment on YouTube: The Algorithm for Success

Francina Simone says branding is everything when it comes to achieving YouTube success. Though BookTubers of color often face race-based harassment, Francina hasn’t experienced less success in BookTube compared to her White colleagues. She’s been making BookTube videos on her [...]

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