“My Japanese Husband Thinks I’m Crazy” (Two Book Reviews)

–This round of free books has ended.–

FREE COMIC BOOKS! (Keep reading for more information.)


I was first introduced to the Texan In Tokyo YouTube channel when they collaborated with another YouTuber I follow.  Both are American women married to Japanese men, and the video was about the cultural differences they’ve come across and had to work out.

Grace Mineta started blogging in university, and never stopped.  As she’s currently living in Japan, she has so much about which to blog.  Her blog (and her books) include everything from a comic about her coffee intake while blogging, to detailed information to help you have your best experience in a Japanese bath house.

Hubby and I thoroughly enjoyed reading both of these books.  They mostly contain her comics (as they’re “comic books”), along with a few of her blog posts related to some of the comics.  It’s a fun way to learn a few intricate things about Japanese culture, especially to help “soften the blow” if you plan on visiting or moving there anytime soon.


I may have been on hiatus from blogging myself, but if you’ve been around awhile, you may remember that my posts usually appear on Tuesdays.  This one can’t wait.

My Japanese Husband (still) Thinks I’m Crazy was officially released this Monday, and is for sale on Amazon.  (All links will be provided at the bottom of this post.)  Today, the author posted a YouTube video saying that for four days the Kindle versions of both of her books will be FREE!

If you want these e-books for free, the last day to do it is 21 February, so get moving!!

I still plan on buying a paperback version of the second book.  The first one is a bit lonely on my shelf…

Book 1: http://www.amazon.com/My-Japanese-Husband-Thinks-Crazy/dp/0990773604#

Book 2: http://www.amazon.com/Japanese-Husband-STILL-Thinks-Crazy/dp/0990773698#

Author: Kuri

Kuri is a nerdy, introverted vegan who moves way too much 😩. She spends her time at the gym, gaming, learning about nutrition, astronomy, and grammar, watching her favourite movies/television, reading, and being an overall fangirl.

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