Manga Monday #10: “Princess Jellyfish” by Akiko Higashimura

A jellyfish fangirl has her normal life turned upside down after a fabulous fashionista helps her save a jellyfish from a careless pet store death. I'm only going to tell you this manga is full of otaku, shady vixens, and hilarious hijinks with a pinch of romance. Quite a fun manga! Tsukimi (the jellyfish girl) reminds … Continue reading Manga Monday #10: “Princess Jellyfish” by Akiko Higashimura

BOOK REVIEW: “Saint Germain on Alchemy”

Title: Saint Germain on Alchemy: For the Adept in the Aquarian Age Authors: St. Germain, Mark and Elizabeth Clare Prophet Publication: Summit University Press (Jan. 1, 1985) Genre: New Age/Metaphysical Format: Paperback Source: Library Rating: 4/5 stars Saint Germain's alchemy book is about achieving ultimate spiritual wealth through self-transformation. If you were expecting this book to tell how you can conjure … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: “Saint Germain on Alchemy”

Manga Monday #9: “Moyasimon” by Masayuki Ishikawa

Dear germaphobes, be grateful you don't have the ability to see germs every single day. College student Tadayusu Sawaki was born with it. Sawaki has to keep his strange ability under wraps from those who might take advantage of him while attending agricultural school. Only a few know about it: his best friend, grandfather, and … Continue reading Manga Monday #9: “Moyasimon” by Masayuki Ishikawa

BOOK REVIEW: “The Spiritual Technology of Ancient Egypt” by Edward F. Malkowski

Title: The Spiritual Technology of Ancient Egypt: Sacred Science and the Mystery of Consciousness (Goodreads) Author: Edward F. Malkowski Publication: Inner Traditions (Oct. 3, 2007) Pages: 448 Format: Paperback Source: Library Rating: 2/5 stars Before reading The Spiritual Technology of Ancient Egypt, I thought Edward Malkowski would present an in-depth discussion how the ancient Egyptians  blended spirituality and technology with the products … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: “The Spiritual Technology of Ancient Egypt” by Edward F. Malkowski

BOOK REVIEW: “The One Thing” by Gary Keller & Jay Papasan

Title: The One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results  Authors: Gary Keller & Jay Papasan Publication: Bard Press (April 1, 2013) Pages: 240 Genre: Non-Fiction, Business Format: Hardcover Source: Library Rating: 5/5 stars The work/life balance isn't real. Multi-tasking is a joke. Gary Keller and Jay Papasan makes it clear to readers focusing on one simple goal is the path … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: “The One Thing” by Gary Keller & Jay Papasan