It’s no secret that I am a reader… so much so that my license plate says it! Now, 2017 was a busy year for me and I did not read much, AT ALL. As a matter of fact, it is probably my lowest year since… I don’t know… before I could read? Yeah, I’m not proud of it… as a matter of fact, I left a couple of unfinished books back there, too. But, that is ok because I am going to turn this ship around! How? Well, like the title says… I HAVE A PLAN! Continue reading Irregular’s Intel – I Have A Plan!
Whether you’re a fan of the tv shows, the movies or the comic books themselves, you know about the decades-long rivalry between Marvel and DC. Yes, they are obviously competitors in the same market, but it’s always been a little bit more than that. The products they sell may be the same on a basic level, but there’s always been a “mine is better than yours” attitude between the companies and the fans of their work. And for the fans who, like me, love finding out about behind the scenes details, there’s a great new book on the history of these two comic book giants. Continue reading She Geek Critique – Bam! Pow! Splat!
The idea of living on the moon has been in mankind’s collective thought since it first realized there were other planets and such aside from Earth and maybe we could get to them. Of course, sci-fi books, movies and television have explored the idea almost since the beginning as well. In the forthcoming novel Artemis by Andy Weir, Earth has managed to establish a city on the moon. It’s a great place to live or visit – as long as you have the money for it. Continue reading She Geek Critique – Just Your Average Moon Heist
This week I finished The Coldest City by Antony Johnson. It is a graphic novel that takes place about 2 days before the Berlin Wall comes down in November of 1989. The movie Atomic Blonde is based on this book. But before picking it up I faced a dilemma: do I read it before I see the movie or after? Continue reading Irregular’s Intel – Before or After?
I don’t typically talk about what I do “for a living”, but I’m an editor. Yes, that means I get paid to read and be the grammar police, among other things (it’s for a marketing department and nowhere near as glamorous as it sounds!). And even though I don’t take my work home with me, I do actually enjoy doing the editor/proofer thing in my free time as well. Continue reading She Geek Critique – Always Be Reading