I don’t have a sappy story about how my fandoms brought me through dark times or anything like that. But there is something my nerdy hobbies have given me – a sense of community with others who share my passions.
I was hesitant about Mad Men. If you’d asked me if I was interested in a show about a man working at a NYC advertising agency in the 1960s, I would have said that was completely not my thing.
If you’re a nerdy mom, there’s a good chance you also love Halloween. It’s the one day of the year it’s acceptable to dress like your favorite characters from the movies, TV shows, video games, or books you geek out over (unless you are a cosplayer of course, in which case you dress up all
Megan over at A Geeky Gal blog created this challenge for fellow geeks to share all about what makes them nerdy. You can see her completed challenge post here. What series is underrated? I can’t think of a series I thought was underrated but I can think of a movie – The Fountain. Here’s the Wikipedia
My snarky, badass yet sophisticated, wise and courageous princess.
Bioware is famous for it’s lore-filled games and the Dragon Age series is one of it’s best. DA:I is the third and most recent game and is one of my favorite games for the way it kind of blows the storyline of the series wide open.
I guess I’ve never thought about this one before. I know that crossovers are a big thing for some people and I have seen a lot of crossover fanfiction, but I’ve never felt a desire to crossover my fandoms.
When I fantasized about fictional universes in adolescence (which was when both Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings got big), I didn’t fantasize about a world into which I could insert my child-self.
This question has bounced around in my head many times over the years. I’ve had a hard time settling on one answer.
As some of my readers might already know, I had to put The Nerd Mom Blog on pause for a bit because our family picked up and moved from Michigan to Kentucky. My husband was offered an awesome new job, and we weren’t happy in Michigan, so we jumped at the chance – but man