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  1. michelle
    michelle March 26, 2015 at 6:27 am | | Reply

    OMG! This is awesome.

    I am a late in life geek..but when I fell…I fell hard. 🙂

    Beth’s book is awesome..so glad to see it getting the attention it deserves

  2. April
    April March 26, 2015 at 9:21 am | | Reply

    I’m a mixed bag when it comes to sci-fi. I think I lean more towards the fantasy side of the equation. for instance, I dislike Star Trek AND Star Wars (I did own a tribble as a child, though), and also (don’t kill me) I don’t like The Hobbit or Lord of the Rings.

    I did love Guardians of the Galaxy, and I like, generally, most super hero movies, although the Avengers and Iron Man is the one I liked the most. I like I really enjoy Tony Starks smart ass sense of humor.

    I read all sorts of fantasy books, with paranormal or other dimensions or worlds. And I’ve never heard of the book above, but I’m going to go look it up now on Goodreads 🙂

  3. Aussa Lorens
    Aussa Lorens March 26, 2015 at 12:23 pm | | Reply

    GAH I love Star Wars. I saw the trailer for the new one a month or so again when Alex and I were seeing something and even though most of the news one suck I was still like OMG WE HAVE TO SEE IT.

    I am so right there with you.

  4. Considerer
    Considerer March 26, 2015 at 3:30 pm | | Reply

    I didn’t like Star Wars much, but Star Trek (specifically, Voyager (I KNOW!)) kind of rescued me with a place to escape to. I fell hard for it. But before that, I loved Buffy and since then, LOVE Big Bang Theory and I am a HUGE fan of all the Marvel heroes (especially the Avengers (and okay, maybe Iron Man most of all)).

    I did enjoy Guardians of the Galaxy but not as much as Avengers Assemble 🙂 THAT one made me sad to go back to Real.

  5. Sandy Ramsey
    Sandy Ramsey March 26, 2015 at 5:24 pm | | Reply

    Unfriend me now. I’m going to say unforgivable words. I’ve never seen a Star Wars movie. My son has all of them. In his room. On DVD. I have never seen one.

    I’ll go now.

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