Some things are right in front of us waiting to be seen, but we never quite realise that they are there. In Chapter 29, Hidden in Plain Sight, Adette and her familiar Karl’s adventures continue in the Adette Price series by Whitney Emeigh.
“When it’s raining it pours.” It seems Adette is about to find out just how true that saying is in Adette Price: Undercover Witch, Chapter 25 “Just When you think it’s Over” by Whitney Emeigh. Join the characters you love on their continuing journey through their magical lives.
Gavin Bingë is a South African JET from Johannesburg. His path to the JET programme has been a rocky one; so much so that he’s put pen to paper to write about his remarkable journey. Read here to see what his book is all about. Front cover designed and illustrated by Marissa Trierweiler.
What happens when you throw thousands of fresh-faced foreign graduates into a system and a country known for bureaucracy, insularity, and inflexibility? You get something that eventually became The JET Programme as we know it today.
For those living in Hiroshima prefecture, it is hard not to know the deep and profound affect August 6, 1945, had on the Japanese ethos. If you are like many who live here, you have probably been to the Peace Memorial Museum in downtown Hiroshima and seen the graphic images and personal accounts of the victims. These exhibits show a gruesome snapshot of the bomb’s destruction that is impossible to forget. Beyond these tragic exhibits, though, one place I turned for an even deeper look at the bomb’s effects was, believe it or not, a manga.