The Lucky Dog Matchmaking Service

Love can come when you least expect.

It may make you cry or laugh.

Love can open doors.

It can help you move on.

Love is powerful, and maybe that is why romance books are so popular. If you love romance books, might I suggest The Lucky Dog Matchmaking Service by Beth Kendrick. 

The K2: Drama, Action, and Heart Stopping

I love a good Korean Drama. I don’t speak Korean, but the use of subtitles are helpful. I love how different it is to some American television shows, and that the show has a ending in 12 to 16 episodes. So, it is no surprise that I have a few recommendations when it comes to Korean Television (see here and here). Now, I have a new addition to my recommendation list of Korean shows. I have added The K2 to my must watch list since it has been added to Netflix. 

How We Love: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Love is not just a four lettered word. Love is how we define social construct of family and lovers. We love our friends, and we love our family. However, love contains infinite meanings and significance. We love our friends and our family, but we don’t love them in the same way. So how do we love? Ted Talk Radio Hour decided to take this on in How We Love by inviting experts like Amy Webb, and Jeff Kluger to talk about these different aspects of our love and how we express it.

The show opens up with Amy Webb recounting her dive into the world of online dating while she was single. So she set out on the journey to hack the online dating profile algorithm. She had a list of characteristics or qualities she was looking for in a husband and valued them based on the importance to her.

Love 020: A Gamer Cinderella Story

Based on the real life game, Chinese Ghost Story, two players started romancing online while the real world tries to pull and bring them together. Eventually, the two lovers meet in person to only realize that there is true love inside and outside the game. Click here to discover more!