The Lost City of Atlantis, a mermaid, a wizard, time travel, and even a unicorn… Prospero’s Children has something for every fantasy lover. It’s no wonder I found this novel appealing in my youth. But did my love for it endure the test of adulthood? Continue reading →
This summer, we spent each month on a trio of monsters. Each of us covered a specific beastie and highlighted why they were better than the rest. Of course, we all have our personal favorites. Which specific monster reigned in each category?
This will show my age, but the first Disney princess I remember is Ariel. I competed with my friends for the best mermaid hair in the pool, yearned for my own shimmering green tail, and sang Part of Your World so many times, my mom banned it from the house. And with her bright red hair and rebellious streak, she’s a female role model who stands the test of time.
Whether they’re falling in love with a handsome prince or singing to lure sailors to a watery grave, I’m fascinated by mermaids in media. But what is it about these saucy sirens that appeals to us land-locked mortals? Continue reading →
June’s theme is fantastic, magically beautiful monsters: Mermaids, Dragons, and Unicorns. Just like last month, we’ll each feature a creature for one week. Then we’ll all come together to gush about them toward the end of the month. Today, we’re kicking things off with mermaids!
Since you know all we sistergeeks do around here is drink, here are a few options for mermaid drinking throughout the day. There’s something perfect for any occasion! Continue reading →
Hey, geeks! Summer is almost upon us! You know what that means: blockbuster movies, beach reads, and the unfortunate but necessary television hiatus. Never fear! We here at Sister Geeks have something special brewing for you this summer. And we’re hoping it- along with your vacation, your Netflix binging, your movie-watching, your book-reading, and your swimming- will help the weeks and months fly by.