I run a blog called BiblioNyan, where I write professional reviews for books, anime, & Asian Cinema. I advocate for & support diversity in literature, specialising in Japanese literature. I also write about mental health, such as my experiences & ways to cope with mental health. Due to a congenital illness & various mental disabilities, I work full-time on my blog for about 60-72 hours/week.
Hi, friends! If you enjoy what I do and would like to see more bookish & otaku content, please consider supporting me. I have congenital heart disease, as well as a mild version of Schizophrenia, Major Anxiety & Depressive disorders, Agoraphobia, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Because of this, I'm unable to leave my house most of the time, let alone obtain a traditional job. As such, I have diligently and wholeheartedly devoted myself to the work that I do. It is my life and my career.
I write reviews, critiques, and other articles pertaining to literature, especially in regards to raising awareness for marginalised voices within the book communities. I'm an advocate and large supporter of #OwnVoices narratives, specifically from Asian literatures. My genre specialities include Japanese Literature, adult science-fiction and fantasy, comics, and manga. In addition to book content, I work on raising awareness and promoting Japanese animation, otherwise known as anime, and Asian cinema (serials and films). Lastly, due to my own vast experience with mental health, I also write content about my struggles with mental health, and how to cope with living with mental health illnesses from day-to-day.
I work on blogging full-time, sometimes working upwards of 14 hours per day. Any donations given to BibioNyan will strictly go towards supporting BiblioNyan's blog and with assisting me in paying for medication. Once a month, I will give a special shout-out to anyone who has helped support BiblioNyan, with special recommendations to supporters' corresponding workspace.
Please, I would greatly appreciate any ounce of support that you can give me. Forever grateful, Neha.