Last week I blogged about some of the awesome geeky shows I've been watching lately - and there's more! If you're looking for a new Netflix favourite or something else to catch up on on demand, look no further! I first started watching Chuck when I moved in with Luke - he had the first… Continue reading What I’ve been watching lately: Part 2 of 2
Tomorrow sees the publication of the latest in Christopher Fowler's Bryant & May series. Until a few weeks ago, I hadn't heard of the crime-fighting duo but when I was asked if I fancied reviewing a preview copy I jumped at the chance. I'm always looking to get into something new and a crime thriller… Continue reading Book review: Bryant & May and The Burning Man by Christopher Fowler
I think I'm the only geek in the world who hasn't seen Game of Thrones yet. It's on the list and I intend to catch up this year - just as soon as I'm done with Castle, The Mentalist, The Walking Dead, Arrow, Elementary... and Chuck! I've still not seen Season 5. Then there's Breaking… Continue reading Coming soon to DVD: Game of Thrones Season 3
I've just read back my hopes for 2013 post and I don't think I've done too badly. This year, I didn't set myself resolutions, rather I made a short list of things I wanted to achieve. Here's how I cracked on with them: 1. Learn to sew I might not have actually learned to sew… Continue reading Goodbye 2013, hello 2014!
I'm a sucker for American crime dramas - The Mentalist, Castle, Fringe... I never got into the British show Sherlock, and was reasonably entertained by Robert Downey Jr's Sherlock Holmes, but I didn't think I'd like Elementary as much as I have so far. It's only two episodes in in the UK but it has… Continue reading New favourite TV show: Elementary
I got to thinking the other day about the TV shows that I watch and I realised that they feature some pretty bad-ass, strong women in leading roles. The Mentalist, Fringe, The Big Bang Theory and Chuck all feature great female characters. And those that are no longer in production, such as Buffy the Vampire… Continue reading Fictional female role models