Books. They make great gifts. For the geek, they might be the best gift!
But how do you know what books to buy that geek in your life? Best to just give a gift card!Read More
The following recommendation is spoiler-free:
Santa Claus brought me one of my Christmas gifts a few days early: a copy of The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. I have loved poring over production notes and concept art since my earliest days of fandom, and this book is a treasure trove of both. It includes [...]
I loved Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It was everything I wanted it to be and then some, so now I’m on a collectibles bender. (Disney, shut up and take my money!) I’ve already got a shelf full of Star Wars Black Line 6″ figures, a copy of the soundtrack on repeat, and a virtual [...]Read More
Gifts For the Geek continues with a beautiful geek gift, sure to thrill the Terry Brooks fan in your life!
The Shannara Chronicles Collectible Box featuring an exclusive hardcover, a set of Elfstones, and more!Read More
There’s but one brief scene of anything approaching winter weather in Edward Scissorhands, but for that and that scene only, I’ll always associate this Tim Burton classic with Christmas. The story of a half-finished mechanical boy with scissors for hands who can’t help but to destroy everything he loves, Edward Scissorhands is an offbeat but [...]Read More
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is now in theaters!
Adding dimensions and extra content to the movie, the Alan Dean Foster ebook novelization published today as well! A perfect gift for that Star Wars fan in your life!Read More
I love my MacBook Air to itty bitty pieces (hopefully not literally) but even a committed Apple user like me can’t help but to be envious of the totally hot Star Wars Special Edition Notebook from Hewlett-Packard.
With a design inspired by the Empire and plenty of power beneath the hood, this laptop will have you [...]
It is author Shirley Jackson’s birthday. Geek or not, anyone who loves reading will welcome a good book, and Jackson wrote several. Jackson didn’t limit herself to any particular genre or style: She wrote literary fiction, memoirs, popular history, and a couple of works of gothic horror, one of which I’d like to recommend to [...]Read More