How exactly have we lived this long since The Walking Dead's midseason finale? I'll keep this spoiler-free, but AMC's adaptation of the hit comic series left viewers on the edge of their seats—and probably without much sanity.
published by Eric Smith on February 6, 2014 - 10:01am
I watch a lot of Family Guy. It’s one of my favorite shows to unwind with at the end of a busy day. Good for a quick laugh, with pop culture references that tend to skew a little older and geekier, which I love. And it’s the perfect show to load up on Hulu while I’m cooking in the kitchen, or leave on in the background while I’m busy writing.
published by Eric Smith on February 4, 2014 - 9:43am
Oh my! We sure do have a lot of giveaways going on this month across Goodreads, LibraryThing, and BookLikes! In fact, we've been doing more of these than ever before, so we're going to start rounding them up here on the blog. It's your one stop shop for all Quirk giveaways.
published by Eric Smith on February 3, 2014 - 11:31am
Update! So we're reposting this and giving this a bump up to the homepage. Because we really love sending books to teachers and schoo librarians! So feel free to request a copy, and we'll send them your way.
The second book in Steve Hockensmith and Science Bob's Nick & Tesla series hits stores everywhere this month, and we're just thrilled.
So! If you're a teacher looking for some new books for your classroom library, go ahead and email me (email@example.com) with your details. I'll send you a free copy of Nick & Tesla, Professor Gargoyle, and a bundle of posters to share with your students.
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