The Reading Challenge That Was/The Reading Challenge That Is

2017 wasn’t the greatest reading year for me. It’s strange saying that considering I met my Good Reads challenge, 42 books, but it’s true. You see, last year was the first year that I incorporated graphic novels into my reading challenge having always just counted the novels, but I figured they’re books too and I read them so they should be on the list. I … Continue reading The Reading Challenge That Was/The Reading Challenge That Is

Best of 2017- I Am Geek

Geeklings, it’s the day after Christmas and I hope all of you had the best possible holiday ever. I missed you guys over our short little holiday break, only a few days honestly, and I know that there was no Week In Geek yesterday but I’ve got something a little better for you this week. That’s right, it’s the final week of the year which means here I Am Geek … Continue reading Best of 2017- I Am Geek

Did You Miss Me?

Geeklings, I’m baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack. Did you miss me?! I certainly missed you guys. I think that’s the longest I’ve gone without writing in quite some time, but it was worth it. I had a lovely vacation with the Adorable Creature as we traveled to the West Coast to visit her family. I drank some awesome wine. Saw some awesome sights, including the Full House house. And enjoyed awesome company. … Continue reading Did You Miss Me?

Doomsday Clock #1 Review- The Most Important Comic Of 2017

It’s been over a year since Batman removed the Comedian’s button from the walls of the Batcave. Over a year since I read Rebirth #1 in my apartment, my Fortress of Nerditude, and geeked out hard as the events of Rebirth unfolded across my eyeholes. I’ve said it a number of times before but Rebirth #1 might be the best single issue of a comic I’ve read in quite some time. … Continue reading Doomsday Clock #1 Review- The Most Important Comic Of 2017

Woeful Confessions From A Reader

I abandoned a book today. No, not on the street or anything but in the sense where I stopped reading it over three hundred pages in. Just stopped. Couldn’t do it anymore. I looked at myself and asked the very serious question, “are you really going to finish this”, and wasn’t surprised to find out that the answer was no. My heart just wasn’t into it. … Continue reading Woeful Confessions From A Reader