It’s Banned Books Week! In honor of the fight for our right to read, I wanted to share some of my favorite books that are commonly banned. While making this list and reading through what books are banned, it was so hard to choose a top 5 because there are many, many amazing books on these lists. But here are my top 5, and some honorable mentions too. Continue reading
After seeing some unboxings of the first Wizarding World Crate, I decided to check it out and get the March box, which is Hogwarts House Pride. I’m a Ravenclaw, so my stuff is Ravenclaw products, but all of the house items are the same, just house specific. Let’s say “Alohomora!” and open this box. Continue reading
In a long line of ever-changing Defense Against the Dark Arts professors, Lupin stands to be the best, despite his condition. His presence is so significant and powerful, but often not recognized or acknowledged anymore. Continue reading
So I have fallen into the pit that is Funko Pops, even more than I was before. I now have a list on Amazon called Funkos! that is just a list of what I want. And a lot of those are from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts. Easily 75% are Harry and his friends, but this list is the top Pops I want. Continue reading
I have started to get my craving for Funko’s again and began looking into which ones I need and want, and wow there are a lot. These are just some of the most desired ones for myself.
It’s been one whole year of A Geek Girl’s Guide! Let’s take a look at this last year, shall we?
Did you know that you can watch quidditch in real life, with a World Cup and everything?Sure, flying might not be directly involved, but quidditch is alive and well all around the world.
So, since I can’t afford a plane ticket to London and a ticket to see the Cursed Child, I ended up reading the plot breakdown back when previews took place (beginning of June) and this post is just the collection of my thoughts on what I’ve learned. Continue reading
I am going to be honest with you, this post was difficult to write for me, and not in some super emotional way. What was so hard was trying to pinpoint where the geek love really started. So I decided to go to an excellent source: my older brother.