Geek Out

Reading Geek Out Author Cecil Wilde Gamers Cospayers B Movie Lovers Otaku Comic Book Enthusiasts History Buffs Animals Coffee We All Geek About Something, And Nothing Quite Rivals The Passion Displayed By Geeks For The Things They Love There S No Limit To What Can Be Geeked Over, And No Rules About Who Is Allowed To Geek About What And No Telling When And Where Those Geeks Will Fall In Love Defying Convention Double Take Horse Crazy Long Macchiatos And Monsters Love Rampage Manifest Of Anime And The Baeci Sext Based AdventuresIncluding Defying Convention Cecil WildeDouble Take J.K PendragonHorse Crazy Caitlin RicciLong Macchiatos And Monsters Alison EvansLove Rampage Alex PowellManifest Alden Lila ReedyOf Anime And The Baeci Alessandra EbuluSext Based Adventures Francis Gideon.Geek Out

Cecil Wilde resides in Australia, accompanied by a cat who takes up most of the bed, a family of possums in the roof space, and spiders than they re entirely comfortable with They write altogether cuter queer romance than their image as a grumpy cynic might suggest.

[Ebook] ➩ Geek Out  By Cecil Wilde –
  • Paperback
  • 448 pages
  • Geek Out
  • Cecil Wilde
  • English
  • 07 May 2019
  • 9781620045299

10 thoughts on “Geek Out

  1. says:

    DNFed Sorry, incest is disgusting.

  2. says:

    Folks, this is gonna be a long one, mostly because it s a collection of stories by different authors and there was a lot of variety in quality, so it only seems fair to respond to them separately Also, some of them really ticked me off and now that I ve finally finished this book, I want to vent Some spoilers ahead I do feel like I have to preface by saying I think, conceptually, this book is super important What was great is we saw a variety of trans and genderqueer characters, experiencing their gender in different ways and in different worlds, many of whom had stories that did not solely focus on their gender experience, without disregarding how integral that experience is to their life It s another one where I think this book could be really good for some people, in terms of discovery I definitely want trans and genderqueer romance and, if you re drawn to that idea, I really recommend checking out Austin Chant s Coffee Boy and Peter Darling , as well as Sacha Lamb s Avi Cantor Has Six Months To Live From this collection, I mainly rec Long Macchiatos and Monsters and Defying Convention Well, onto the actual reviews view spoiler Defying Convention by Cecil WildeI found this one cute The shorter format allowed Wilde to avoid some of the pitfalls that irritated in their book A Boy Called Cin such as weird transitions, insular romance, underdeveloped characters , so just a delightful little romance Double Take by J.K PendragonUgh Before getting i...

  3. says:

    There were a couple really good stories in here, I ll say that I especially enjoyed the first one, and that gave me the impression I would really enjoy the whole book Unfortunately the quality of the rest of the stories in this anthology varied enormously, with one or maybe two others that were worth readin...

  4. says:

    Not an equal collection of stories they appear to be individually edited, so one or two even had some typos but the stories that are good are very good I particularly loved the fluffiness of the first story, Defying Convention by Cecil Wilde Other standouts included Long Machiatos and Monster...

  5. says:

    I had a hard time enjoying some of these stories While it was an eclectic collection and I appreciate that this book brings some diversity to literature, it mostly read like fan fiction to me for some reason I m g...

  6. says:

    Geek Out by Samantha M Derr

  7. says:

    I really dug this book of short stories, I liked how diverse and totally unexpected they were

  8. says:

    I enjoyed these Wide range of stories within the anthology although they shared a common theme.

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