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A Sojourn of a Transmigrated Housewife (ASTHW)
A Sojourn of a Transmigrated Housewife (ASTHW)
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Meet Hana, a not-so young clumsy housewife, who got lost in a different world when she stepped out for a short grocery shopping session. How can this aunty survive without skills or even a 'golden finger'? What actually can a housewife do besides cooking and cleaning? There's nobody around at all, so she can't even scheme. Is she destined to die in a foreign place full of trees as a side character? Or will she step up and find her own 'edge' in order to survive? Follow her colorful journey and her struggles to carve up a humble abode (sojourn) which she could call her own while awaiting for the beloved of her life to rescue her from her nightmarish predicament.

Will her beloved even be able to rescue her?

Will she obtain benefits and unimaginable wonders as she struggles day to day to survive?

Will she one day obtain super powers as a transmigrator should?

Who knows XD

Let us wait and see while rooting for this bumbling yet lovable housewife

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Chapter update schedule:
1 chapter/week, on Mondays, 0900 GMT+8

Note from Authors:
Hi, Mr and Mrs Mooncat here. Our work is quite different with a distinct local flavors as it is based on our ancestral home in a small Asian country, Malaysia (although currently we're residing on the moon). Hence, expect a lot of footnotes, local food, places, and slangs within ;) It's a fun way to get to know Malaysia from the eyes of the locals. Besides that, we also employ simple easy-to-understand English sentences to accommodate a vast spectrum of readers with very minor elements of romance. It is very friendly to both men and women, young and old without any harsh elements (yet). We love writing and illustrating ASTHW; it has already become our prized golden child (apart from our two toddlers at home haha). Recently, we have started writing ASTHW side stories besides the usual auxiliary articles for ASTHW. Interested readers could only access them either by subscribing with us in Patreon, or sponsoring a chapter through Ko-fi. Please check our respective sites for more details.

To read more of ASTHW;
1) Subscribe and be our Patron
You can read all chapters posted in one month in a bundle the latest on 3rd of each month. The cumulative number of patrons determines how much we will permanently release in a month
Cumulative goals:
10 patrons - +1 permanent increase in 1 month (minimum 4+1 = 5 chapters a month)
30 patrons - +2 permanent increase in 1 month (minimum 4+2 = 6 chapters a month)
50 patrons - +4 permanent increase in 1 month (minimum 4+4 = 8 chapters a month)

2) Treat us through Ko-fi for sponsored chapters or side stories
10 cumulative cups for 1 additional chapter in 3-days time

3) 10 proper honest reviews were written after the reader had read until the latest chapter, currently 73 (one time only)
The additional chapter will be given 1 week after the 10 reviews

Anyway, no worries, we sometimes release extra chapters during special occasions such as during our anniversaries, birthdays and some of the prominent public holidays we celebrate!

The truth of Mr and Mrs Mooncat's conditions were, we can only churn out around 2-3 chapters per week due to our busy work schedule. Hence, we're actually quite low on the stockpile. That was also why we couldn't offer a higher number of chapters to readers. So, please bear with us and continue reading our works.

Do reach out to us through our email to send fanarts, questions, suggestions, requests etcs. We will come back to you as soon as we can (wink!)

If you like our work, do write a review, rate, comment and like for us! Enjoy! :)

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Mr and Mrs Mooncat
Azlan Shah and Nadia Ong
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ActionAdventureComedyDramaFantasyIsekaiJoseiRomanceSlice of Life
Carefree Protagonist Comedic Undertone Cooking Family Female Protagonist Kingdom Building Pets Transmigration Transported into Another World Unique Cultivation Technique Weak Protagonist Xuanhuan
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      Status: chapter 50
      Apr 30, 2020

      Amazing world-building, character building, character interactions, food descriptions *winks etc.

      The author addresses very realistic problems, such as lack of clean water, lack of spare clothing, and how to deal with the problems left behind with her family, etc. For the novel to include the life of her family and how they respond to her absence, is something I have not commonly seen (I've read a lot of novels) and is done in a very reasonable manner.

      I love our MC, her personality, and how she responds to her situation is very admirable. She is adorable and not Op in a way that makes it unnatural. 

      The protagonist doesn't live in an enclosed world in which she only exists. Also, loving all the introduced characters so far, each with their own characteristics and personalities, none of the shallow cannon fodders that are only used once and the like. They don't solely depend on the protagonist (or vice versa), living their own lives. 

      There is a whole world out there, where people and animals continue living on. Reading this and finding out how the relationships will intercept is extremely interesting.

      Love the story so far, looking forward to more updates :D

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      Status: chapter 85 – fishes around here didn’t know their maths!
      Sep 3, 2019

      This is exactly my kind of novel. Slow and easy with no complicated plot, I'd say it like a hidden gem for me. Some may not like the pacing but I found it to be perfect. The descriptions of the setting allowed me to imagine my own world where Hana lives and I like the writing style very much. Binge read all of the chapters and felt happy and satisfied. This novel gives me all the warm feelings and fluffles I need to get through the day. Thank you for the chapters and keep the good work up! ❤

      Also I think there is a setting where you can link the notes about the words that's not native English directly to the word instead of putting it at the bottom. So the readers can click on the numbered note next to the word and see the description.

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      Status: c10
      Apr 11, 2019

      This novel needs work. Simply put, ASOATH is a mediocre novel, it actually has a great premise, but is definitely rushed, and needs more development.

      The main plot is about a woman named Hana, simple enough, and she's a nice Aunty who was minding her own business before the plot hit her like a train.


      From what I was able to decipher about the plot, she was somehow transmigrated into a wild territory after falling while getting her groceries. She tries to contact her parents on her phone, miraculously getting through, but finds it useless as she doesn't know where she is. She also mentions that her main way of survival during this time is remembering the advice of survival youtube videos.


      It's an eccentric plot... but it isn't horrible. 

      The reasons why I rate this story as "ok", is that the author needs a major improvement on English grammar -- mainly on the usage of tense, point of view, and verb usage. This is most likely a problem stemming from English being a second or even third language, this is expressed by the author themselves when they note that this is a story to expose some of the cultural differences in Malaysia. And when it comes to the allusions towards this wonderful tropical country, the author can convey well to common slang or cultural references. 

      The story also needs more description, the imagery isn't vivid, and this could be a personal nit-pick of mine, but usually in more adventuristic novels that contain romance, the reader wants to be emerged into the story. But with how the story is written, it feels almost like a story outline... it's rushed and lacking a passion that I usually find in romantic dramas like this story is tagged in it's genres.

      If you are fine with reading, less than superbly structured novels, and prefer a short and simple synopsis-like writing style, then you might enjoy this story. However, personally I'd wait for the author to go back and edit some of their chapters or get a proofreader/ editor with English as their native language to assist with the writing of this novel.

      It's not bad, but its far from good.

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      Status: c94
      Nov 4, 2019

      When I read a story, 2 things must happen.

      1. It must have a cohesive story line

      2. The characters must be interesting and worth investing time into knowing.

      Of course you can have both and still suck, but thankfully this isn't like that, Our MC is just a regular human with various life experiences, that is thoughtfully added to the story, I found her character very endearing and relatable.

      Transported to another world via "unexplained forces" our MC a stay at home Mother of 2 finds herself in a strange place after doing some grocery shopping, the only tether she has is her phone that keeps her in contact with her Husband who slowly unravels the mystery of where she might be. Along the way she meets interesting ?pets?, as she tries to get back home.

      Often times you have transported characters, who have no attachment to the world they were born in, there is very little sentiment or willingness to return if options aren't available, or the life they build there is more appealing.

      There is a story that connects these 2 worlds without lessening the impact at the cost of the other, both are relevant, both have meaning. I enjoy the interactions of each character, from the Husband and Wife, to the stranded MC struggling to make her life work far from home with the help of her Adorable companions.

      There is much to love and enjoy in this story as you journey with her to explore a world a bit different from her own. I am currently up to chapter 94, my review may change as I read further, but currently I am enjoying this thoroughly, if you have not read it and are turned off by the 3.7 rating, it is just as good as any of the isekai types on novel updates, in many cases even better, give it a try and see if it is worth the time for yourself :)

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      Status: c0
      Aug 6, 2019

      A warm story of adventures of a sweet happy go lucky housewife in a fantasy forest full of sweet animals. A must read.

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