Probably the event that set me on my nerdy, science-fiction filled life more than any other was the fact that my dad got so excite about watching Star Wars with me when I was very young, like 5 or 6. It quickly became a tradition for me: whenever I was home sick or home for a snow day, it was a “Star Wars Marathon Day”. I can thank the original Star Wars trilogy for getting me hooked on science fiction and epics. But I think I can thank Madeleine L’Engle for my continued plummet in to the world of science fiction and fantasy. Her young adult novels are perfect for an open-minded 10 year old, and I thoroughly enjoyed them. Like Asminov for many others, I found L’Engle was one of the first authors that sparked my love of all things science fiction and fantasy, so I thought it only appropriate to dedicate today’s suggestion page to the wonderful writer.
Merry Christmas Geeks!
The title says it all Geeks! Let’s take a look at one of the greatest pictures in Americana; It’s a Wonderful Life! Essentially the film is a Christmas classic that is played year after year across networks around the world and celebrates what could be described as “good” about mankind, but what you may not have realized is that it’s an ALT Read the rest of this entry