Let me introduce myself,
I am K.A.L.T, basically, the initials of my fake Japanese name my friend gave me followed by my actual initials. I created this website mainly to share my thoughts that I can no longer sufficiently express on my anime Instagram account (@amquotesnoob). While the edits I posted on it utilise anime pictures, not all the quotes used are from the anime itself. More often than not, they are quotes I came up with myself. Thus, on this website, I will mainly be using scenery pictures I took while in my home country, Singapore, or overseas trips as backgrounds for my quotes instead. However, not all my quotes could exactly be called original quotes since it is rare for anything to be original in a world with more than 7 billion people in the world.
Anyways, I hope those of you who have arrived at this website enjoy your time here and perhaps give your own opinions and perspectives on what I have to share.
On a side note, all featured images are edited by me (using Picsart/Phonto/PixelLab) using photos taken by me (unless mentioned otherwise) so please tag me in the photos (@kaltinthought) if you use them in posts on Instagram or Twitter.
Currently trying to keep to a schedule of
Monday, Wednesday, Friday – Random Thoughts
Saturday – Blog Response
Sunday – Song Lyric Sunday
I have a financial relationship with some of the merchants I mention. My blog contains affiliate links and banners, which means I may get compensated at no extra cost to you if the affiliate links are utilised to generate a sale.
I am an affiliate of 3 merchants.
BookDepository: One of the few online shopping services that provides free shipping worldwide with a large myriad of books available. From novels to light novels and even manga. I have purchased books from BookDepository before.
RightStuf: A well-known platform to get Anime DVDs and other merchandise. While there are cases of damaged products and thus bad reviews. Likewise, there are many good reviews on the reliability of their service and affordable prices for Anime DVDs. However, before ordering from RightStuf, you may want to check out their Shipping Info.
CDJapan: Mainly for getting J-Pop CDs from Japan. However, they also have many other products from Japan for you to browse. A reliable service which I have used multiple times to get CDs by artists such as Nano and Nagi Yanagi. I love the fact that they have samples of the music included in their CDs available for us to listen to as well as an option to view the price of the product in your own currency and added shipping cost to your specific country.
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