Author Archives: kojitmal

Thoughts on being queer in a violent 2016

For the past week (& a bit), I’ve been thinking a lot about this blogpost. I’m sure we all know by now what happened in Orlando. The brutal attack on Pulse has send ripples through the global LGBT community and … Continue reading

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Reading & Writing slumps

As you might’ve seen in my recent blogposts, for several months I’ve had a reading slump. I couldn’t pick a book to read, I wasn’t interested in the ones I was reading, and I was generally pretty much not interested … Continue reading

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May wrap-up!

The end of another month has come and gone, which means it’s time for another wrap-up! May was definitely a better reading month than April and March, though I’m still not entirely out of the reading slump yet. Still, I … Continue reading

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Movie review: X-Men Apocalypse (2016)

  My love for the X-Men goes way, way back. As a child, I watched the animated series. As a teenager, I watched the movies with Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen. Now, as a 20-something, I gleefully watch the new … Continue reading

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First 20 books of 2016

Despite still working my way out of a reading & writing slump, I have somehow managed to finish some books as of late. As such, I just reached the 20th book and decided to celebrate by writing a little blogpost … Continue reading

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Book review: The Miseducation of Cameron Post

Title: The Miseducation of Cameron Post Author: Emily M. Danforth Page count: 470 pages (paperback) Publisher: Balzer + Bray Rating: 4/5 stars

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April reading wrap-up

During April, the reading slump that started in March happily continued, and I spent way more time watching silly Japanese television than reading. Which is fine too, though I did miss that feeling of really getting stuck in a story. … Continue reading

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