Reading A Book About The Office During A Community Binge Might Have Been A Mistake

Heading into social distancing I was making some real progress on my Good Reads Reading Challenge. Back in the day, I used to write down the books I read in a notebook with a starting date and ending date. I wouldn’t go as far as giving the books a rating, I’m not a crazy person, but I liked to keep track of how many books … Continue reading Reading A Book About The Office During A Community Binge Might Have Been A Mistake

Week In Geek- Saul Finale, Hemsworth Extracts, & Evans Defends

Geeklings, how is everyone out there doing? Man, these quarantine times are trying, huh? Stuck indoors. Not a whole lot of new content or news to get excited about. There’s only so many times you can chase your pet around the apartment before you become winded and bored by the process. There’s only so many times you can throw water balloons out your apartment window … Continue reading Week In Geek- Saul Finale, Hemsworth Extracts, & Evans Defends

I Am Geek Quarantine What To Do List- Binge-Watching

We are only two days removed from our Quarantine Booklist and already the landscape has changed. Depending on where you live, most states are going on full lockdowns starting Sunday night which means if you have a non-essential job you’re stuck in home doing your non-essential work. Which basically means, you’re going to have a great deal of time to kill. Those eight hours that … Continue reading I Am Geek Quarantine What To Do List- Binge-Watching

I Am Geek Quarantine What To Do List- Books

Whether you call it social distancing, quarantine, or being an introvert the end result is the same, we’re spending a lot of time indoors away from people lately. It is a massive change of lifestyle for all of us, maybe not the introverts, and it’s making some of us a bit stir crazy. As things out in the world get more and more hectic we’re … Continue reading I Am Geek Quarantine What To Do List- Books

Week In Geek- The Outsider Finale, Artemis Fowl, & Strange Adventures w/ Tom King

Geeklings, it’s Monday which means it’s the start of a brand new week here at I Am Geek. Well, if we’re splitting hairs, Monday generally signifies the fact that it’s a brand new week everywhere but do you really want to split hairs on a Monday? Don’t be that guy or gal or underwater sea creature. This is Monday, let’s take things a little easy. Which … Continue reading Week In Geek- The Outsider Finale, Artemis Fowl, & Strange Adventures w/ Tom King

Week In Geek- …or How I Survived the Flu

Geeklings, I live. What a week it has been for yours truly. It started around Sunday, as most weeks do, where I wasn’t feeling so hot during the Super Bowl. No, it wasn’t just the commercials that had me feeling “meh”, my body was in full “hey, we might be coming down with something” alert. I just figured it would be a cold and was willing … Continue reading Week In Geek- …or How I Survived the Flu

Pull List- New Batman Era, Kylo Ren Origins, & Stranger Things World Building

Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all and welcome to the first Pull List of 2020! Man, I’ve missed talking comics with you guys. The holidays got all types of hectic with NCBD falling on Christmas and New Years it totally threw our time together off. The good news is, holidays are over, I’ve caught up on a number of books … Continue reading Pull List- New Batman Era, Kylo Ren Origins, & Stranger Things World Building

Week In Geek- 1917 Arrives, Stephen King On HBO, & New Mutants

Geeklings, the holidays are over and we can finally start to get back on track here at I Am Geek. It’s a brand new year with brand new goals and a whole lot of ass to be kicked. We’ve got some big plans for the site moving forward and I’m excited to share them with you as we move ahead with them. The goal has … Continue reading Week In Geek- 1917 Arrives, Stephen King On HBO, & New Mutants

The Institute: Book Review

In a career that spans over five decades, Stephen King has been terrifying his readers. He has created some of the most nefarious characters in literature, from the demonic clown of It to the psychotic nurse in Misery. He has been described by many as the “King of Horror”, but to his most loyal readers (Constant Readers) that name is a gross misconception. The Institute, … Continue reading The Institute: Book Review