Articles Posted in the " News " Category

  • ThinkGeek has a new retail store, and it’s awesome.

    I’m not quite sure I can describe how excited I was when I received my daily ThinkGeek email yesterday and it mentioned that it was opening day of their first ever retail store…in Orlando. Because as it happens, I was visiting friends in Orlando this weekend, and first things first we carved out some time […]



  • Pottermore Revamps Its Design and Loses Some of Its Magic

    Have you been on Pottermore lately? You may notice a few (or more) changes… Basically, the entire site has been completely redesigned. The site relaunched with its new look yesterday, and not everyone is a fan. I am one of those people. And yes, a few months ago, when the chapters from Deathly Hallows were finally released, I […]



  • The Guy with the Iron Throne: A Dragon Con 2015 Report

    Imagine my surprise when a friend of mine, Josh, showed up at my annual “Welcome to Dragon Con” dinner and announced that he had built an Iron Throne and carted it to Atlanta from his home in Alabama. I was more than a little bit excited to hear about this, and I definitely flagged him […]


  • A Conversation with Dean O’Gorman

    On the last day of Dragon Con, I got to sit down and have a great, laid-back interview with Dean O’Gorman, who played Fili in the Hobbit trilogy and also starred as Anders Johnson in the New Zealand TV show The Almighty Johnsons. This was was a great way to wrap up my press coverage […]


  • An Interview with Leigh Bardugo

    Before attending the BookExpo back in May, I made a list of the galleys that I wanted to pick up and starred those that were absolutely necessary for me to acquire or I would be sad and mopey for months. I only starred three titles, and one of those was Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. I’ll […]




  • “The 100” Season 3 Sneak Peek Shows a Very Different Clarke

    The 100 executive producer Jason Rothenberg shared a sneak peek at Clarke from season 3, and I think we all can agree that she looks a little different. If you remember, season 2 ended with Clarke seeing her people safely to Camp Jaha before heading off into the sunset on a walkabout of self-reflection, unable […]