Diary of a Geeky Pregnancy Weeks 1-4: Tales of Very Early Pregnancy

Diary of a Geeky Pregnancy

Comix Chix’s Kate Kotler shares a diary of her “geeky pregnancy” with GeekMom: One early Saturday morning, Kate peed on a stick only to discover she was “up the duff.” Rapidly, the life she shares with her “British Boy” changed as she began to wrap her head around upcoming motherhood.

Nine Badass Quotes That Motivate

Rockstar guitar. Photo by Sebastiaan ter Burg, Flickr CC 2.0

Need an extra boost of confidence to face your nemesis? Here are some of my favorite ego-boosting, up-to-no-good, rebel-without-a-cause quotes to motivate you!

Who’s Your Doctor?

The Doctor Who Limited Edition Gift Set., released in 2012

Who’s your choice for the next Doctor? The GeekMoms throw out some suggestions, from the popular ideas (Eddie Izzard) to those completely off-the-wall. Like, say, Adam West.

Doctor Who 50th: Regeneration Box Set

Doctor Who: Regeneration © BBC

In case you’re one of the three people left on the planet who are still unaware, November 23rd is the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who first appearing on our screens. The BBC, being the good television network that they are, will not be letting this fact go un-merchandised and so the first limited edition item is now available for pre-order – Doctor Who: Regeneration.

Towel Day: 42 Occurrences of The Number 42 in Pop Culture

42 © Lincolnian via Flickr

Any good geek knows that the answer to the great question of life, the universe and everything is 42, but were you aware just how often that number has crept up in pop culture? From apartment numbers to Hurley numbers, dates to car registrations, the number 42 is everywhere when you start looking hard enough. Here are 42 examples of the number turning up in pop culture.

Top Ten Awesome Things About Cosplaying as Wonder Women

Photo by Corrina Lawson

When I cosplayed as Wonder Woman for the “come as your genre” party at the Romantic Times Booklovers Convention in Kansas City last week, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I worried the costume wasn’t right, that I was too old to cosplay (I’m 47) and just worried in general. I’m not shy but costumes are a whole ‘nother level.

Television’s Geekiest. Weekend. Ever.

Game of Thrones, Walking Dead, Doctor Whoe

Geekiest Weekend Ever features the premiere of a new Doctor Who episode, the season finale of Walking Dead, the season premiere of Game of Thrones, and not to mention that show about Vikings.

Sherlock Season Two Starts May 6 on PBS


Here’s a teaser for Sherlock Season Two, which will start its PBS Masterpiece Mystery run in the US on May 6th. The series chronicles a modern day Sherlock Holmes and his adventures solving mysteries. Knowledge of the book series is helpful but not necessary. The adaptations loosely follow the originals with modern twists. Sherlock was co-created by Steven Moffat, the lead writer for Doctor Who. Several of

The Official Doctor Who Convention – Part One


Last weekend saw the first-ever Official Doctor Who Convention at the Millennium Centre in Cardiff, Wales. The Centre is famous among Whovians not only as the fictional headquarters for Torchwood 3, the Cardiff branch of the organization tasked with protecting the Earth from aliens (the headquarters are beneath the plaza in front of the Centre), but also as the real world filming location for multiple

Baby Week: Six Geeky Lullabies for Your Bundle of Joy (Now Go to Sleep!)


One of the traditions that enter your home when you have a baby is that of lullabies. Whether you’re singing them yourself or you have some form of electronic gadget blaring out tinny, beepy versions of “Rock-a-Bye Baby”, chances are that by the time you’re hitting the 12 week mark, you’re getting a little sick of “Twinkle Twinkle…” and its ilk. Here then are some

Talespinning by David J Howe: Who, Horror and More


I love short story collections. When I’m struggling to find the motivation to sit down and read, which has unfortunately been my situation lately, the promise of being able to sit down and finish a story in one short session is often enough to convince me to pick up a book. I also find them a great introduction to a new author, last year I

Nerd Rage, Doctor Who and Sonic Screwdrivers


I’ve only recently discovered Doctor Who. Well, recent meaning the latest incarnations of him that began in 2005. I saw a few episodes back when I was a kid but they scared me so badly (cheesy Daleks and all) that even today they give me the creeps. I’m okay with big budget, 3D, in-your-face scary movies, but Tom Baker and that scarf on a television screen send me