Amazon girls guide to dating a geek
I turned down the author's offer of an ARC due to having too many aggravating things going on in my life at the time (and said aggravations have not lessened sadly) and could not dedicate the time to give the book a decent review.
That being said, I have noticed that the book is available at my local library, so I'll give it a grab after the holidays.
I turned down the author's offer of an ARC due to having too many aggravating things going on in my life at t I will admit to having not read the book. Added on December 11, 2013: Given that this short little review continues to get likes and comments, I thought I should comment further as to why I originally posted it.
As of the time of this posting, I still have not read this book.
This hilarious primer leads geeks of all ages through the perils and pitfalls of meeting women, going on dates, getting serious, breaking up, and establishing a successful lifelong relationship (hint: it’s time to invest in new bedsheets). Added on December 11, 2013: Given that this short little review continues to get likes and comments, I thought I should comment further as to why I originally posted it.
Full of whimsical 8-bit illustrations, The Geek’s Guide to Dating will teach fanboys everywhere to love long and prosper. As of the time of this posting, I still have not read this book. I'll just put it nice and simple: NOT ALL GEEKS ARE GUYS!
Your bedsheets are officially licensed Star Wars merchandise.
You’re hooked on Elder Scrolls and Metal Gear but now you’ve discovered an even bigger obsession: the new girl who just moved in down the hall. Take some tips from Eric Smith in The Geek’s Guide to Dating.
In the meantime, he spends his nights partying, flirting, and having sex.If I mention I read comics, the assumption is usually that it's either Wonder Woman or manga love stories.We had the whole "fake geek girl" rant from Joe Peacock all too recently.The mere concept of female geeks is often outright ignored; forced into narrow, allowed areas; or outright challenged and denied.The book's description is clearly for the male geek only, and this all to common focus just brought up so many connections to how my geekiness is not relevant simply due to my gender.