Is this what it means to lose yourself in something you love?
I have been waiting with bated breaths for the release of this book and author Ella Frank doesn’t disappoint.
“It takes courage…to endure the sharp pains of self-discovery rather than choose to take the dull pain of unconsciousness that would last the rest of our lives”- Marianne Williamson
Gay relationships are complicated by nature. Two people of the same sex entering into any form of a relationship is almost always open to scrutiny by whom they surround themselves.
The final episode of I Promised You the Moon has arrived, and with it that hanging sense of finality and loss I always get at the end of a drama I’ve become seriously invested in.
Once upon a time before cancel culture was the new “In Thing”. When BLs weren’t popping up every five minutes navigating around Engineering and Medical students as if they were made for only each other, Thai BL’s were entirely different.
It’s another quarantine BL, everyone!
I was expecting Weekend to Remember to be… forgettable.
I’m pleasantly surprised to be proved wrong.
We are back with the monthly feature on our “Current Watchlist”. The Boy’s Love lane is ostensibly flooded with new dramas that premiere every fortnight.
I Promised You the Moon did not come to play. It did not come to make friends.
The struggle is real.
The pain is sharp.
The betrayal hurts.