The Sunday paperclip is back and it’s rebranded too!. Now, it will be known as The Observational Paperclip.
Also, it’s no longer coming out on Sunday. Yeah, I know I suck at times. Anyway now that I’ve changed it, I have no idea when other observational paperclip will be coming out. Such laziness!!. At least it gives me time to find some new bloggers.
Cavate: To the bloggers that have been highlighted. I can’t guarantee anything, however whatever comes your way. Make the most of it.
Anyway, this is the normal edition, so expect a mixture of blogs. So with that, here’s the first one.
I love this anime to bits!! Having a cat as the main character is never wrong! 😍 The story is about Subaru, a writer who took in this cat (later he named her as Haru) by chance when he was paying respects to his parents at the graveyardAnime | My roommate is a cat – Kamie’s Wave
I’ve have not interacted with Kamie. So I’m going in quite blind here. From the reading of their post. It is a nice read. It flows nicely, with some emoticons along the way, which is a nice touch. At the end of the post, they give a score, along with a recommendation. Personally I’m not a fan of scores. Some people do like them, which is fine. So if you do like reviews with scores and a recommendation. Then check out Kamie’s wave.
No doubt it’s a supernatural anime with mc and others having some great superpower (not that great) and friends who sometimes act like a foe. Sounds good?11 eyes Anime review – Another Otaku Days
I’ve only left one comment on Mr Cat’s blog. Yes that’s the name they go by. The comment is on 11 eyes. Geebus, is that anime terrible. Anyway, Mr Cat’s posts are a quick read. Straight to the point, no fancy formatting or editing. Nice screen cap and some words on the anime. Followed by a score and recommendation.
Whenever people start comparing a game to Metroid I tend to find myself drawn in for further investigation. Because of this, I have fallen into playing some rather lackluster games, which failed to capture what I enjoy about Metroid. Gato Roboto is not one of those games.Gato Robto review – Frostilyte’s blog
I have interacted with Lyte on several occasions. Pleasant to interact with – absolute life saver in giving tips on monster hunter world. The blog is solely on videogames. Very insightful with good break downs and screen caps to help illustrate what lyte is saying. Lyte does note what platform the games are being played on, with a date of release if you are interested in purchasing it.
Don’t let the past break you, break the past. Don’t let one thing or more that’s happened in the past destroy the future. Don’t let what doesn’t deserve your time to take ALL of your time. Do what you have to do to move on.Take Control – Jessica Jane
This is a very different type of choice. When I say different, I literally mean different – at least for what I normally cover. Jessica Jane blog is a life blog. It documents her thoughts on how to go about life. Her posts are very quick to read, giving short bursts of advice. I have briefly interacted with her.
Now you’re probably wondering why I’ve included a life blog, where they have nothing to do with what I normally cover. The whole purpose of The Observational Paperclip is to gather different blog types and give them a space to be known. I don’t want to pigeon hole myself (again) doing or covering the same thing, over and over again, the normal edition allows me to be flexible – there are special editions that do focus on what I normally cover. Naturally they may not interest you in the slightest. However, it may also help you to reach out to a wider audience.
Previous Observational round posts!
- The Observational Paperclip: Paper Round 2
- The Sunday Paperclip: Anime blog edition #1
- The Sunday Paperclip: Paper Round #1