Books · COMICS

Webtoon Review : Cherry Blossoms (2017)

I have recently got myself into Web Comics. Mostly because I downloaded Webtoons 😀 So I am hoping to read and review at least one web comic every week. I love traditional comics and Manga, but some of these webtoons seem really interesting and I want to give it a try! Have you read any… Continue reading Webtoon Review : Cherry Blossoms (2017)

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BOOK TAG · Books · TOP TEN TUESDAY

Top Ten Childhood Favorites!

I recently made a post where I recommend Five Children's Fiction I still love as an Adult! Since I don't want to list down the same set of books again, I am going to do 5 Bookish Favorites and 5 Non-Bookish Childhood Favorites! 😀 Let's Begin: Chacha Chaudhary Series! Chacha Chaudhary  is one of the… Continue reading Top Ten Childhood Favorites!

Books · drama · MOVIES · TV SHOWS

Let’s Rewind June & Anticipated July Releases.

Welcome to Nica Fiction Fandoms! June has been very busy especially with assignments, a full time job that totally takes the life out of me and coping with trying to post everyday on this blog, has been too much. However, I did see an increase in my follower and views this month which I like… Continue reading Let’s Rewind June & Anticipated July Releases.

drama · K-Drama

My ID is Gangnam Beauty | 2018 | Kdrama Review

My ID is Gangnam Beauty centers on the life of a college student who went under cosmetic surgery to evade derision from her bullies yet her plan seems to backfire as her peers ridicule her artificial look.The pressure of being a "pretty girl" begins to pressure her and, worse, those who can see through her… Continue reading My ID is Gangnam Beauty | 2018 | Kdrama Review

BOOK REVIEWS · Books

The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood | Classic Book Review

Published: June . 2017 ( First published in 1985) Genre: Classic | Dystopia Pages: 325 Publisher: Anchor Books What is it about? The Republic of Gilead offers Offred only one function: to breed. If she deviates, she will, like dissenters, be hanged at the wall or sent out to die slowly of radiation sickness. But even… Continue reading The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood | Classic Book Review