Perhaps you’re pursuing a book nerd (excellent choice, by the way) or you’re a book nerd yourself, trying to teach your significant other bookish dating habits.Either way, the Epic Reads love doctor will see you now.You keep your action figures in their original packaging.Your closets are full of officially licensed Star Wars merchandise. This hilarious primer is jam-packed with cheat codes, walkthroughs, and power-ups for navigating the perils and pitfalls of your love life with ease."For the right person, this book is the Marauder's Map, the Konami code, the Gray's Sports Almanac of the opposite sex.It's dangerous to date alone: take this." - Jeff Ryan, author of Super Mario: How Nintendo Conquered America"If dating seems more like a dismal game of Frogger instead of a fun Zelda adventure, you need to read "The Geek's Guide to Dating" by Eric Smith!
Your book nerd just reached a plot twist and they can’t have any distractions. Books will piled and hoarded on every available surface, and no you can’t toss some out to make room for your stuff.
09/16/2013 Brimming with references to Star Trek, Firefly, and Pokemon, this dating guide by popular blogger Smith is aimed at an ever-growing population of self-described male “geeks” .
Smith, who addresses the reader as “Player One,” provides tips on how to “hack” online dating profiles, the proper etiquette for approaching women on Facebook and Twitter, and the best locations for meeting like-minded women in real life.
What I mean is that the realms of science fiction and fantasy have a philosophical history of humanism, of treating people justly and right, and of individuals rising up to challenge the perceived injustices of their kingdom/galaxy/whatever.
And that right now, our often insular and esoteric culture of geekdom is so frequently plagued by cosplay creeps, disrespect, and bigotry.