About

Hey, there!  I’m Kelly and I’m proud to say that I’m a geek.  I’m going to assume that if you’re reading this, you’re a geek, too!

This blog is the place for geeks for connect, share, and discover.  How will you connect?  You will learn that many others love the same things you do.  How will you share?  I’ll explain that in a minute.  How will you discover?  You’re probably going to learn about things concerning your fandom that you didn’t know before.  All in all, we’re gonna’ be a huge, fun-lovin’ family of nerds.

So, I said this is the place for geeks to share.  What I meant is this: if there’s something awesome about your fandom that you think others should know–whether it be a website, fan fiction, art, or pretty much whatever (even if you want to promote your own work)–you can email me (see the Contact page) and I may very well post about it on your fandom’s page.  You, readers, are going to be very involved in this blog.  This is going to be like a more fun and more personal version of the geek category on Pinterest.  This is going to be a community effort lead by you.

Be forewarned, however–I am in college and, thus, have a life outside of the geekdom (sadly).  I usually go through a certain cycle, which includes the following: spend a lot of time doing geeky stuff and not doing school, feel guilty for doing so, spend a lot of time doing school and not doing geeky stuff, feel guilty for doing so, spend a lot of time doing geeky stuff…and so on and so forth.  In other words, when Ron described Hermione by saying, “She’s got to get her priorities straight,” he might as well have said that about me.  So, unless I get my priorities straight one of these days, you might not see any new content on the blog for long periods at a time.

I will try my hardest, though, to avoid letting you down.  So, bye for now!  Live long and prosper!  (That’s how that Star Trek saying goes, right?)

4 thoughts on “About

  1. That is, indeed, how the Star Trek saying goes.

    This blog is a very good idea and has the potential to be a lot of fun. I would say that you do have your priorities straight – but I hope you’re finding ways to combine geekery and school. Geekdom and academics are starting to merge as some of colleges are offering courses exploring the social and cultural impact of geek phenomena, and even are offering degrees in things like digital humanities (man, I would love to get a degree in that one.)

    Looking forward to seeing more from your blog.

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