We were blessed with the opportunity to interview author Jamie, whose popular novel “My Secret Love The Series” was recently adapted into a televised version. This is our second time interviewing the famous author and having a conversation with the immensely talented novelist is always a pleasure. Join us as we strike a conversation with Jamie and dig deeper into the information pertaining her works and upcoming book releases!
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Taiwan’s new HIStory series, Love in the Future, is here, the fifth installment a fantastical journey in time with two promising couples.
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Nothing says, “Let’s give you fun gay energy,” like a club named the Rainbow Rice Cake Club.
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This GMMTV answer to KinnPorsche hasn’t gripped me in the way that I thought it would. It’s alright; I don’t dislike it. It just hasn’t given me that “wow” feeling like I have with other GMMTV series like My School President and The Warp Effect, but again, I don’t dislike it.
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The Warp Effect is a GMMTV sex comedy that is pushing boundaries in directions the company (at least from what I’ve seen) hasn’t been to before. Fluid sexualities, kinks, and a blatant and unapologetic approach to responsible sex. Honestly, I’m here for it. New Thitipoom (Dark Blue Kiss, SOTUS) stars as Alex, a seventeen-year-old high school student who made a promise to his mother (before she passed away) that he would wait until he was 18 (and had found the right girl) to have sex. But he broke that promise (and lost the ring that came with it) while he was drunk out of his mind at a party hosted by his friend Jedi (Mark Pakin, My School President).
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What do an x-rated webtoon artist and his new assistant have in common?
Lots and lots of sexual frustration.
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There is something enchanting about locales that simply hold stories of their own. Although storytelling and casting are integral to a drama/movie, the resonant location/setting is also of utmost importance. Magnificent sets are built to recreate the old age magic, especially if the dramas/movie belong to a different era or time period. In today’s feature, our authors will be talking about such memorable “Locations/Settings”, which were breathtakingly riveting!
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There’s something captivating about watching rivals inside the same industry with contrasting personalities suddenly being thrown together. It’s an electrifying dynamic that’s fun to watch either fall apart or somehow work.
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I had planned an entire series review but got sucked in big time.
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There is a fine divide between commercially sustainable BL dramas and those that actually make a powerful impact with their progressive ideology. Authors penning such socialist ideas are few and far between. Fortunately, the Thai BL industry is undergoing a revelatory phase, where BL authors are scripting tales that are both revolutionary and make an actual difference to the societal mindset. One such author is Prapt Writer, whose novels are the current trendsetters in the BL industry. Join us, as we strike a conversation with Mr. Prapt about his latest book adaptations and the thought process behind the making of each!
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