Welcome to my little, geeky corner of the internet!
I’m Michelle and I am the geek behind the guide!
I am a Ravenclaw who enjoys playing games and geek culture. My favorites are Harry Potter, tabletop and video games, Disney, musicals, and watching Twitch and YouTube.
I started this blog in 2015 as a place to be openly geeky about the things I love, and I hope you come here and enjoy being a geek too. The world is more fun when you can openly geek out about things.
You can learn more geeky facts about my through my 24 Geeky Facts About Me post.
Help The Blog
Some people may not think that a blog like this one takes a lot, but it does. While I enjoy every second of it, I would like to be able to grow the site and projects I can do, and that takes a little help. If you enjoy what you see here and want to help out, you can do so by becoming a patron on my Patreon. You’ll also get special rewards for being a patron, like early access to Guide to Blogging posts, holiday cards designed by me, and sticker packs!
- Normal Happenings
- Alyssa at Nerd Side of Life
- Megan at A Geeky Gal
More Things About Me
Want to learn about my game review methodology? Visit the page about it.
Want me to review your game? Or share your Kickstarter? Or work with me in general? Visit my work with me page to learn more.
Guest Posting and Collaborations
Here is where you can find my other geeky articles!
Geek 101: Tabletop Gaming on +5 Charisma
Geek 101: Microgaming on +5 Charisma
Geek 101: Halloween Horror Games on +5 Charisma
Geek 101: 90’s RPG on +5 Charisma
Tabletop 101: Games for Space Lovers on +5 Charisma
Movie Worlds You Wish You Could Visit on Geeky Tourist
The Best Video Games to Inspire Travel on Tassie Devil Abroad
The Characters That Define Us on Normal Happenings
I know that many things I will write will not be shared ideas and opinions by every single reader, and I hope that you, as readers, understand that too. I am not stating facts in any way, shape or form. I am just sharing what I know, and I open it up to you to share also. Everyone experiences things differently, but as long as we are all experiencing said things, the world is a happier place.