A poor girl named Kinu starts working as a maid for a sickly woman in a secluded mansion, in order to support her family. A doctor arrives to check her mistress’s condition, along with her precocious daughter, but not all is what it seems…
This might not be everyone’s cup of tea, so make sure to check the tags before you start.
[Ayane] The Girl from the Mochizuki Blood Science Lab ch1 [English] [Yuri-ism]
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Hello again everyone, I hope you all had a great Christmas and happy New Year! We got 2 installments of Food Girls ready for you all. If you’re using the online reader be sure to click past the credits to get to the next full chapter.
Anyway, we should have more stuff coming up. We have more MagiReco doujinshi, more food girls and maybe some lewd original stuff. We’ll see you then!
Hello everyone, it’s been awhile since we had a release but I can explain… probably. I stated before that my plans were to wait until after the holidays a bit to evaluate the recruiting situation and see what I wanted to do now that one of our translators is busy with life. Well, I was gonna do that and then the world turned to shit and comiket and other doujin conventions got cancelled. So my new plan is to slowly work on things we bought or has been scanned by others until we can go back to a normal life.
We’re celebrating 8 years of Yuri-ism with another MagiReco doujin. If you just watched the anime you might not get the RikaRen pairing but they’re cute. Anyway, I hope you all enjoy! See you next release.
How do you cheer up when something depressing happens? Some people shop, others binge on food, but Ayari likes making soup. But not just any soup; it’s the famous consomme* from France! What’s the secret behind this perfectly clear but full of flavor dish? Read to find out!
With apologies to the French, all diacritic marks were omitted from this release.
P.S. Someone on Discord noticed an error in chapter 42(Tuna). Kuromaguro is Pacific Bluefin, not Atlantic Bluefin. Oops! Fixed!
Do you guys read the afterwords?
I think it’s interesting to see the thought process of the author, or even their ramblings.
To be honest, sometimes I skip it since they can be so wordy (sorry Alm and everyone else), but I do enjoy reading them when I give it a chance. Maybe that means I should always read them?
[Ooarai Nourakudou (Noumen)] The Roiling Waves Remain The Same (Girls und Panzer) [Digital]
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Ayari and Shinoda’s school is about to hold a school festival and everyone’s talking about what to do for their class booth! Shinoda invites Ayari over for some brainstorming and also for some help with some apples…
Uh, something happened and this slipped into the cracks. Sorry.
Aaaanyway, the runaway maid is at the novel writer’s house thinking back on her first time meeting her mistress and how it changed her life.
Ayari’s class has settled on doing a cafe for their school festival. But what can they make? Their teacher sets down a really strict set of rules due to food safety regulations, but Ayari has a trick up her sleeves!