Aloha readers, listeners, and lost folks who took a wrong turn, this is a public service announcement from your friendly neighborhood geek. When I began the journey to start a […]
“It’s like everyone tells a story about themselves inside their own head. Always. All the time. That story makes you what you are. We build ourselves out of that story.” […]
“Words are pale shadows of forgotten names. As names have power, words have power. Words can light fires in the minds of men. Words can wring tears from the hardest […]
For those who have been paying attention, you may have noticed a small change on the ol’ website as of today. Geeksnbarbells, which has graced the URL for the past […]
Sometimes you know something in your heart yet no one has ever put down the words for you to connect with. Sometimes someone does though, and it is a magical […]
The first season of Kuromukoro falls into many of the same issues throw away anime series do these days. Way too many nonsensical children, and way too little background story. […]
Tomi Adeyemis breakthrough novel children of blood and bone is an awesome read from start to finish. I fanboy my way through this review, but also give what I consider […]
Delving into the benefits of re-reading novels.
Is Arifureta worth a watch? Let’s explore this tropey harem anime.
Has school destroyed any desire you have to read a book? Do you waste time slogging through books you don’t enjoy out of habit? Let’s figure out a way to […]
A little meandering review of storm front, the first novel in the dresden files series authored by Jim Butcher. Let’s explore folks!
I spontaneously pick out 10(and a bonus!) set of books that I truly enjoy and have come to re-read again and again. Comfort food for the soul.
A little meandering rant on how character development and their internal thoughts can hamper good adaptations of books, especially fantasy genre books, into film and television. Although it can sometimes […]
A first dive into geeking out on books. I explore the special beginnings of Harry Potter, how different it was on the world stage, and some of the pros and […]