In the world of Geeks, it surely is some sort of international holiday when “The Boy Who Lived” celebrates a birthday! The Geeky Chic joins the world in wishing a very happy birthday to Daniel Radcliffe! Not only did he embody for us Harry Potter and give us a spectacular gothic turn in The … More Happy 23rd Birthday Daniel Radcliffe!
For those of us who like a little grit for our weekday starters, please enjoy Hotcakes presented live on The Geeky Chic!
The questions of life are many.The most basic can often be the most dark. What do we do when we come in to the light again from a dark, dark place? Is it easy to begin again? Will we fall back to the old habits that are familiar, if not damning? Imagine considering all of … More Watch and Dish: Hotcakes
Below you will find a list of upcoming themes covering periods over the next three months. Geeks corresponding to the following items are highly encouraged to seek a spot by following the review section of the blog or by contacting me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org Upcoming Themes Mid July – Mid August: Science and History Electric … More Upcoming Themes
Happy post 4th of July, my fellow geeky Americans! To all of you who come from across the world, perhaps you will mirror our American festivities by celebrating your own freedom in some spectacularly geeky fashion. I say to the citizens of the world this: Hold up your comic books! Wave your graphic novels in … More Author Interview: Katherine Gilraine of The Index Series
It started out as a single idea; one item that was a set of words contained between two hardbound pieces with a picture rendered, glossed up jacket or box to top it off. The book with a captivating title waited on a library shelf or a store display. A movie waiting to be watched. One … More “The Next Big Thing”, Part 1
For once, it is not the story to be reviewed, but a presentation of the story. The Geeky Chic was fortunate enough to be granted the chance to listen to the reading of the book Phantom Universe, as done by Karen Savage. As a large fan of classic radio theater, audio books are a continuation … More Listen n’ Share: Phantom Universe, as read by Karen Savage
The Summary: (Goodreads, Amazon) An Irish lass. An English lord. A love that overcomes all boundaries. August Gryason has secretly dreamt of the girl living on his family’s Irish estate since childhoods spent together in Killarney. Now a proper Lord of the British Empire, he knows that Maeve could never be more than just a … More Read and Dish: A Love By Any Measure, Interview Edition
How do you carry on fighting for your family when you’re left scarred and broken? When your dreams are plagued by nightmares, how do you strengthen the armor needed to protect yourself again? Callie’s been defeated by the loss of her entire family. With the help of old and new friends, will she build … More Battle Scars Cover Reveal
The wonderful thing about art is that it is a subjective experience. All of the movements, collected attempts at academic objectivity, and the artists whose lives and works are sandwiched between amount to a buffet of interpretation to partake in. True, there is a distinct way to identify brush strokes, color use, or genre. There … More The Art of Lisa Little