Blog Tour Schedule

“Failure” Blog Tour Schedule [November 2019]

Good day everyone!

We hope you’re all doing fine this beginning of November and that you’ve checked all the clocks in your home for accuracy’s sake. The subtle changes are sometimes the hardest to get used to, but we’ll all be fine together!

ICYMI, earlier today we shared our October roundup post. Many thanks to Jack for helping keep things tidy and on track around the OWLS home! There you’ll find all the posts that went up from our OWLS members during the month of October where we discussed “Fantasy”. But just like how Christmas was quietly lying in wait to push Halloween back into the storage room, it’s time to switch gears to November’s theme.

November “Failure” (Requested by Lita)


One of the best ways we can learn is through failure. This month we will be talking about the failures of our favorite characters in pop culture media and what we can learn from them. We will also reflect on our own mistakes and failures and how those experiences have allowed us to grow as human beings. 


“Failure” Blog Tour Schedule
(November 2019)

11/5: Jack from Animated Observations

11/7: Megan from Nerd Rambles

11/8: Naja from Blerdy Otome

11/10: Fred from Au Natural

11/11: Dylan from Dynamic Dylan

11/12: Hikari from Hikari Otaku Station

11/13: Matt from Matt in the Hat

11/14:  Aria from The AniManga Spellbook 

11/17: Pinkie from Pinkie’s Pokemon

11/19: YumDeku from MyAnime2go

11/22: Lyn from Just Something About LynLyn

11/23 Lita from LitaKinoAnimeCorner

11/25: Irina from I Drink and Watch Anime

11/26: Crimson from Cute Boys Central

11/28: Takuto from Takuto’s Anime Cafe

11/30: Scott from Mechanical Anime Reviews

What do you think about this month’s theme? What are some of the titles you guys think about first with a prompt like this? Let us know!

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4 thoughts on ““Failure” Blog Tour Schedule [November 2019]

  1. I immediately went to Beck and Kenichi, which are both shows that deal with people struggling to succeed.

    Then again, there are shows that just seemingly end in failure, like Gilgamesh or Saikano. (Yes those are deep cuts, and not that great.)

    I look forward to seeing everyone’s posts.

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    1. I love Saikano!! I want to rewatch it but don’t know where (if it’s anywhere). I think that’s totally an appropriate show for this tour, the others I haven’t watched but I’ve heard good things about


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