Tag Archives: Books

Educating [Geeks] S4 E12 – A Game of Thrones Novel

On this episode of Educating [Geeks] Bri, Krissy and Megan talk about A Game of Thrones, the first book in the Song of Ice and Fire series by George R.R. Martin. Good news – it’s 70% less rapey than the TV show! Or is it 60% less? Regardless, the ladies love the books and the TV show so enjoy their robust debate about Sansa Stark along with their many frustrations with the Stark family. And since they’re all giant Game of Thrones fans, they can’t help but discuss spoilers from the end of season six of the TV show.

Educating [Geeks] S3 E19 – Dune

Frank Herbert’s iconic SciFi novel Dune is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. We invited Matthew and Norm, from Trek.fm, to join us for a discussion of the novel but they ended up re-writing the soundtrack to the 1980s movie — just listen to the podcast and you’ll see what I mean.

Geek [Supplies] – Star Trek: The Original Series Part 1


Welcome to Geek [Supplies] where friends live long and prosper together. Bri has made it through all of Star Trek: The Original Series and we want to celebrate that achievement. One of the ways we’re going to do that is to bring you a two-part Geek [Supplies] for all things (well maybe not ALL things) Star Trek: The Original Series. Over both posts we’ll find you the best treasures, from books to cookie jars to saint candles to wall art and so much more.

Educating [Geeks] S2 E21 – The Hobbit

This week on Educating [Geeks] geek hosts Alice and Andrea discuss J.R.R. Tolkien‘s 1937 classic The Hobbit with Cassie and Megan. Alice enjoys the straightforward adventure story and Andrea recognizes a familiar figure in one of the characters.

It Would Make a Good Movie – [Alice & Ann] Geek Out


My sister Ann and I share a lifelong love of books. We are both bibliophiles in the truest sense. We must possess books. We must feel their weight in our hands. We must smell the pages. We would be happy to drown in a sea of books. The two of us share a Pinterest board where we pin books that we think would make good movies.