Fangirling Chinese Novels


The Healing Sunshine (一厘米的阳光) — Chapter 15.2

Waving to you all from the airplane. 🙂

Travel involves making memories. What sort of memories are Xixi and Jì Chengyang making together?

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The Healing Sunshine (一厘米的阳光) — Chapter 15.1

As of next post, I will be away for two months, potentially without access to the blog for a lot (if not all) of that time. You will still have updates. As usual, I have prepared the updates ahead of time and scheduled them to post. (20 posts prepared in advance! I’m exhausted. LOL) Same vacation procedure as normal: (1) Posting times will not change. They will be on Tuesday/Friday evenings, N. American time. (2) As I may have slow or no access to the blog, I likely will not be responding to comments in that time, or at most, selectively responding. However, please, please still comment as usual. I promise that I will read everything whenever I can. Leave an @hoju for me if there is something specific that you want me to respond to, and I will make sure I get to it when I return. “Next chapter” links and the index may not be updated during this period. (3) Peanuts will be keeping an eye on postings for me when she returns to make sure everything posts and also approving comments. However, she is still away for another couple of weeks, so if something happens, it may not be fixed until then. That’s it. I’ll be back in September!  —H

Halfway mark!

He’s back! And he has something special planned for her.

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The Healing Sunshine (一厘米的阳光) — Chapter 14.3

In case you missed it, I have posted that short story written by Mo Bao Fei Bao. Reminder: it is a sad ending.

One era of Xixi’s life has come to a close and some goodbyes will be said, but a new era is beginning. We get to have a little peek into Jì Chengyang’s work, and it is just heartbreaking. 😦

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Time to Return (当归去) by Mo Bao Fei Bao

Important points should be stated thrice: This is a sad ending. This is a sad ending. This is a SAD ENDING.

This is the short story by Mo Bao Fei Bao that I had mentioned before. It truly is a short story; not even 3000 characters. Letting you have a taste of Mo Bao Fei Bao’s writing in an ancient setting.

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