Archive for the ‘Weekly Geeks’ Category

This week’s Weekly Geeks asks: Tell your readers what is it about “an” author that you are most passionate about, that have you coming back for more from them, following their every blog post – literally blackmailing people to read their books? Who are some of your all time favourite authors? And what is it […]

This week’s Weekly Geeks talks of blog improvement. Take a look at your blog as if you were someone who has never seen a blog before. Imagine they are looking for something specific. Could they find it? Could they find YOU again? Be able to contact you? Would they understand your jargon? I’ve tried to […]

Today’s Weekly Geeks asks: There have been times in my life where I reread a book (or author) I hated–or thought I hated–but the second time around ended up loving. Has this ever happened to you? Have you ever changed your mind about a book or author the second time around? Have you ever given […]

This week we have a guest post by Ashley of Complete and Unabridged. Music is a pretty amazing thing. It can take us back to the past, make us want to dance, put us in a romantic mood, or simply lift our spirits. But sometimes, music does something a little different for me: it reminds […]

Hello, Geeks!So, a while ago, Care sent the Weekly Geeks team a very original idea, and I’ve been toying with it ever since. The words you’re reading right now do not fit in with Care’s idea, as I understood it. She wanted no explanation, just one word, and “Go!”I thought about it, but couldn’t resist […]

This week’s Weekly Geeks asks: With the release of Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince this past week, I thought it would be good to turn once again to movie adaptations. In March, with the release of Watchmen (using that as a jumping off point for discussion), I brought up the subject of worst […]

This week’s Weekly Geeks asks you to tell us about your globe trotting via books. Are you a global reader? How many countries have you “visited” in your reading? What are your favorite places or cultures to read about? Can you recommend particularly good books about certain regions, countries or continents? How do you find […]