Originally posted 2016-01-21 20:00:21. Hello, everyone!  I’m really excited to join the Geeks and Geeklets team!  I currently run my own blog Dina Farmer, where I share reviews about video games and fandoms I’m apart of.  In addition, I write my trials and tribulations of being a gaming parent raising a gaming child.  I look…

Read More »

  5 Diverse TV Shows you should Watch Now!   Diversity is taking a stronger foothold in television than it has ever had before. In the past, there were “diverse” shows but in general, they were targeted at certain demographics, rather than the television viewing population as a whole. Now many shows are taking chances…

Read More »

whitenights

  A cold-hearted heiress returns to South Korea to crush all the men that betrayed her father. The man who loves her tries to melt her chilled heart and a working-class woman attempts to undermine her and take her power. The struggle for greed and power has never been so frosty.     Netflix recently…

Read More »

3 percent

A chilling 1st-time partnership between Netflix and Brazil. 3% is a show shrouded in mystery and intrigue from the very second Process Leader Ezequiel (João Miguel) walks onto the screen. It is guaranteed to keep you guessing until the final second of the last episode and then continuing questioning everything you just watched. The first…

Read More »

Recently, I stumbled on Mortal Kombat X by NetherRealm Studios. Initially, I didn’t have an opinion about the game beyond the old school arcade version I played as a kid. I assumed it would be the exact same game, full of mortalities, over-the-top graphic violence, outdated graphics and a healthy dose of poor voice acting….

Read More »

Aloha, Dina here from Honolulu Hawaiʻi.  I recently attended one of Oʻahuʻs biggest convention of the year Comic Con Honolulu.  The event was held for the 2nd year in a row at the Honolulu Convention Center.  In itʻs sophomore year, Comic Con HNL has grown leaps and bounds.  With huge guests, tons of panels and…

Read More »

Day 22 of the August Book Photo Challenge with Books and Cupcakes!  Today is suppose to be a book store…but my bookstore is the library.  We spend an insane amount of time at the library and our haul is kind of crazy all the time.  Because we are homeschoolers I get pretty much all of…

Read More »

Here we are at day 19 of The August Book Photo Challenge, we are joining in Books and Cupcakes Challenge.  The theme today is a character you find the funniest.  Although I did enjoy the film of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy I found the book to be much more satisfying.  I find Zaphod Beeblebrox…

Read More »

Today is day 13 of the Books and Cupcakes Book Photo Challenge! I got these bookmarks from Elise Kova all signed by the author of the Air Awakening series. She just wrapped up the final book in the series and celebrated by hosting a giveaway for the entire series.  She writes YA fantasy novels and…

Read More »

Today we return to another book in the August Book Photo Challenge from Books and Cupcakes.  I enjoy reading HP the illustrated version.  I’m slowly collecting the books as they slowly unfold each year.  I have to say it is fun reading outdoors listening to the birds singing.  I’m really enjoying the illustrated version of…

Read More »

Today’s prompt from Books and Cupcakes was “Words on a Page”. I’m currently revisiting a book from my teen years.  I remember getting this book from my mother when she worked a the library.  This poor book was checked out so many times by teenage me.  My mom’s love for Pier Anthony’s Xanth’s novels bled…

Read More »

E3 highlights

I realize E3 has come and gone, yet I felt compelled to share the games I’m looking forward to in the next coming months.  This year’s E3 highlights include some of the biggest games such as FFVII remake and Hideo Kojima’s new studio.  The smaller developers are bringing some fun games such as Sea of Thieves…

Read More »

Hearld, an Interactive Drama I came across Heard and Wispfire studios when Nick Witsel the Narrative Designer and Producer of Herald began following me on Twitter. Admittedly, I brushed the game off because I was so busy with other games from bigger AAA developers and publishers. Herald frequently came up in discussions about games embracing…

Read More »

Skip to toolbar