Geek Girls Rule! #353 – Gaming Books: Ebooks versus Physical Copies

Ok, seriously, guys.  I am really torn on this one.  I love ebooks.  I can carry a library worth of books on my phone and or tablet, so if I get all weird and persnickety partway through a story, I can switch to another book without carrying eleventy-million pounds of them in my bag.  Granted,… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #353 – Gaming Books: Ebooks versus Physical Copies

Geek Girls Rule! #349 – Review: Rogue One and In Memoriam Carrie Fisher

Went and saw Rogue One New Year’s Eve, and I really enjoyed it.  The story and pacing were excellent.  I really enjoyed Jin’s character.  Diego Luna keeping his accent was masterful, and also the sheer diversity of the cast was a breath of fresh air.  Danielle gave you the super intense technical review.  I’m here… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #349 – Review: Rogue One and In Memoriam Carrie Fisher

Geek Girls Rule! #348 – Review: Cherry Hill by James A. Moore

First blog post of the new year!  Woot!  Let’s hope 2017 sucks less than it’s predecessor. I think think I’ve talked about my particular fussiness with horror before.  Needs to be well written, supernatural, and I need to not have it all figured out by chapter 2.  I’m not saying you can’t use established horror… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #348 – Review: Cherry Hill by James A. Moore

Geek Girls Rule #347 – Horror Fandom has a Serious Sexism Problem

I am a lifelong fan of horror, in particular supernatural horror.  I grew up watching Monster Movies, Hammer and IP films on TV in the afternoons after mom’s soap operas, weekend afternoons, and late night on the weekends.   I also read every ghost story, haunting tale or spooky book I could get my hands… Read More Geek Girls Rule #347 – Horror Fandom has a Serious Sexism Problem