June 29, 2016 • Quirk Life
Sometimes we look up from our book to shout about said book (or reading in general) and since most of the time that shouting is done online it’s always nice to have a gif to accompany our shouting—or say the words for us.
Today, those words are, "We are reading. DO NOT INTERRUPT."
June 29, 2016 • Quirk Life, Men's Interests, Movies & Film, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Women's Interest, Television, Comics, Geek
Summer has arrived and with it comes a cool batch of the best bookish, geeky, and crafty links that the internet has to offer. Celebrate summer with some homemade funnel cakes and a new book to honor the season. Most importantly, make sure to have an excellent week!
All Things Bookish
Here’s a list of books that take place over one summer.
June 16, 2016 • Geek, Humor, Quirk Life
We know April Fools’ Day has come and gone, but it is never too soon to start planning pranks for next year. As we all know, the most elaborate pranks take the most time to plot. What better way to pull inspiration than from books? We have compiled a list of the best pranks and pranksters in literature.
The Odyssey by Homer
June 1, 2016 • Quirk Life, Reference: Media & Celebrities, Magic, Movies & Film, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Curated Book List
Over the past sixteen years, we’ve seen contestants on the popular reality series Survivor head to remote islands, the Australian outback, the African savannah, Borneo, Fiji, and more to battle it out in “tribes.” With a million dollars on the line and absolutely zero creature comforts (unless you win challenges), tempers being to fly and the claws come out. The contestants have to figure out not only how to survive the wilderness, but how to survive each other!
November 17, 2015 • Quirk Life, Quirk Kids
In honor of Kid Athletes going on sale today, we at Quirk HQ decided to power up a blast from the past. And while it took some digging, much cringing, and plenty of existential thoughts on lost youth, we are pleased to present these photos of our former kid athlete selves. Who knows what multi-million dollar deals and Wheaties endorsments awaited us had we not pursued the glamorous life of independent book publishing instead?