While this is really a personal milestone and not a WordPress achievement, I wanted to take the time to say thank you to all of you.
When I started A Geeky Gal, I never thought I’d have 100 followers, let alone 350 followers. That many people like my stuff? You gotta be kidding me! With help from friends, family, and readers, this blog has truly blossomed. It wouldn’t be the blog it is today without readers like you.
Readers like you make this all worthwhile. You read, like, share, and comment on my posts. You make blogging feel rewarding. You make all of this worth it. You make my hard work feel validated.
For the month of October, I am pulling away from my regular 5 Fandom Friday and Saturday Suggestion posts. Every Friday for the month of October I will be presenting my 5 Freaky Faves in honor of Halloween! This week’s 5 Freaky Faves are my all time favorite horror anime (which you may have seen during the 30 Day Anime Challenge).
Right about now, I’m halfway to my hometown in Alabama for our wedding! I promised my readers I’d still release some content during our time away. I realize I haven’t written a My Current Favorite Things post since May! MCFT posts are usually 4 or 5 things that I’m loving this week! Since our wedding is literally 3 days away at this point, I thought I’d do a quick “favorites” post. Here’s 4 things I am loving right now!
For the month of October, I am pulling away from my regular 5 Fandom Friday and Saturday Suggestion posts. Every Friday for the month of October I will be presenting my 5 Freaky Faves in honor of Halloween! This week’s 5 Freaky Faves are my all time favorite horror games (which you may have seen during the 30 Day Video Game Challenge).
Hello readers! In case you have no clue what’s been going on at House Geek since the 30 Day Anime Challenge, we’ve been preparing for our wedding on October 13th. “But you’re already married,” I hear you say. Yes, that is true!
It’s time for a new Question of the Month, one which will see us attempt to answer a quandary that has been puzzling the gaming community since they first realised that eating mushrooms could have unexpected benefits. But first let’s find out who won September’s challenge!
Last month, Ian from Adventure Rules asked: You’ve been tasked with making the Ultimate Video Game, but there’s a catch – you can only piece it together from parts of other releases. You can choose separate titles for visual design, sound design, storytelling, and gameplay. What four games would you use to make the Ultimate Video Game? He reviewed all the answers submitted in response and here’s his judgement:
“Yikes, talk about a difficult decision! There have been lots of good submissions, and I loved seeing the unique direction that all of the different bloggers considered. Some folks made their
I’ve never really enjoyed anime with a ton of fan service. Sure, sometimes it’s funny, but it’s almost never crucial to the actually plot. When I was introduced to High School of the Dead, I truly didn’t believe I’d watch it past the first episode despite it being a classic zombie horror anime. Something about big butts and bouncing boobs didn’t exactly sound like my type of anime. I was wrong.