This week on Fujoshi O'Clock:
- The Yaoi Review, one of the best resources for yaoi news, is closing down this year - because the maintainer has a new job as Viz's editor of their BL department! So it's actually good news disguised as bad news - especially if you are excited about Viz's yaoi market as much as I am.
- Starting tomorrow, Digital Manga Publishing is having a manga giveaway on Twitter; they'll be randomly selecting people who give feedback on their favorite manga on Twitter using certain hashtags. I'm sure a lot of BL material will be given out tomorrow and in the months to come.
- Speaking of DMP, they've added three new BL titles to their print schedule: Devil's Infirmary; Ambiguous Relationship; Gentlemen's Agreement Between A Rabbit & A Wolf. They've also updated their release schedule with some new volumes, some hotly anticipated - Tyrant and Finder, especially. (Hat tip to Boys' Luv.com)
- Connie at Slightly Biased Manga reviews Shimada Nimosaku's How To Seduce A Vampire and is not impressed.
- Jamie at Kuriousity reviews Narise Konohara and Nanao Saikawa's light novel Cold Fever, the third in a series, and laments the OOP status of one of the series' books.
- ふう子 at Hazukashii Kedo makes the case for BL manga-ka Hoshino Lily and argues against the belief that Lily's works are generic or lesser.