I had written this nifty guide/FAQ-esque to give the basics or quick answers to your inquiries. If there are still things that didn’t cover by this post, please contact me.
I merged my book and otaku blog = rainyink. All my posts from the two blogs I managed before are all here. (I apologized how disarrayed the posts are, too lazy to organized them all.)
I no longer review books so I appreciate if you cease emailing me about it. It’s pretty obvious of what has become of my blog, or the new direction of it.
I do discuss about me being passionate reader and topics centers around it. Although the medium has changed (my interest in books has declined greatly) I still read. Everyday! I’m concentrating on reading Japanese graphic novels (manga) and South Korean web comics / webtoons.
As in links, sure, but snippets of the post itself requires a permission from me. I’m really not comfortable sharing my posts because (1) my writing is totally unprofessional, it’s quite embarrassing (2) it’s my opinion, therefore I would like my post/s to stay where I originally posted it which is my blog.
This is a very PERSONAL blog. As much as possible I wanted it to be a private reflection of my thoughts on the things I love. If ever I open my blog to other people, I’ll make an announcement. For now, and for selfish reasons, this will remain my own oasis.
In connection: Can I guest post on your blog? Um, sure? If you like me to, I’m happy to visit, although it also depends on my availability.
Nope. In the interest of full disclosure: ALL MY REC POSTS (or reviews for that matter) ARE WRITTEN AND POSTED BY MY OWN VOLITION. Even if publishers gave me review copies, it & will never affect my judgment. If I think the story is good and want people to also enjoy it I will write a rec post. I’m just blogger who enjoys reading.
So what about it? Nah, I get you, you meant the usage, right? Some of the photos were taken by yours truly (and can’t be used outside of this blog) and while the others were photos I grabbed from royalty-free image stock sites like unsplash or pixabay. For screencaps I put disclaimer/watermark on the image itself. These are used under fair use & absolutely no infringement is intended. And please don’t hotlink the images, like please DON’T!
I’ve been asked this a lot, so I might as well answer it here: I made it. Also check my resource page for site credits here. I don’t entertain inquiries via my personal blog; please refer to my other blog instead for more info (and please use my email I provided there & not the email I’m using here, OK?)
No. I also don’t reply to inquiries about this.
For your specific blog related inquiries, I’m just an email away, send those questions via my email.