Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Introducing: the Shinju Forest blog

Anyone who has followed me on Twitter at one point or another (you can do so here, if you're so inclined) likely has seen me chat with or mention or pass along the tweets sent out by someone named Kimimi--who, it just so happens, has operated a wonderful blog of her own for some time now.

I chat with and mention and pass along Kimimi's tweets because she's a great gal, of course, but I also do so because I absolutely love her blog, which is chock-full of posts about the obscure games (usually, but not always, of the retro variety) she's acquired over the years, and I'd like as many people as possible to know about it.



Well, as of a few days ago, I'm pushing not just one but two Kimimi-branded blogs on the unsuspecting folks who make up the Twittersphere. That's because Kimimi recently (a couple of weekends ago, to be more specific) launched a second blog, Shinju Forest.

Kimimi's latest venture, with its appealingly random posts (like this one about a popular Chinese PC RPG), is quite a lot like the blog you're reading right now--uh, assuming you're reading The Gay Gamer--so if you like my blog I'm pretty sure you'll like Shinju Forest, too.

8 comments:

Justin Difazzio said...

I'll have to go check that out!

Kimimi said...

Your far too kind to me Bryan, thank you very much for the glowing report! Here's the money y... never mind ;)

thegaygamer.com said...

Yes, do it! I think you'll like it :)

thegaygamer.com said...

Oh, you're very welcome, Kimimi! You know I love what you do, and I'm sure a lot of folks who like my blog will like yours, too--hence the bit of promotion here. Keep up the great work!

Kimimi said...

Thank you, I'll do my best!

thegaygamer.com said...

Oh, I'm sure you'll do a great job, Kimimi. You have already, actually :)

IvaNEC said...

An awesome blog by a great, great person. Nice of you to give it a nod like this.

thegaygamer.com said...

I agree, IvaNEC. About the first part of your comment, I mean. The second part is true, too, I guess, but the first part is even truer :)