The Only Pirate at the Party by Lindsey Stirling & Brooke S. Passey
It's funny. It's light-hearted. It's not too long. It's poignant. It's like Felicia Day's book. And it's full of her voice both tragic and comic. Grim at times, cheery at most. This is not the Kim Kardashian, Tina Fey, or even the Mindy Kaling. This isn't the girl who made it (not yet, at least). This is the girl still hacking at that creativity mountain with a pick-axe.
Masters of Doom: How Two Guys Created an Empire and Transformed Pop Culture by David Kushner
A fascinating slice of nostalgia for anyone who played computer games during the rise of the FPS and years of shareware. Find out how it all happened, who the revolutionaries were, and what happened behind the scene to find the rise and fall of a watershed era.
Rejected Princesses: Tales of History's Boldest Heroines, Hellions, and Heretics by David Porath
Christ, are they all non-fiction this year? Either that means I picked out some crap books or I'm starting to appreciate history. My original review gushed about it for more than four hundred words. I can't think of what else needs to be said. If you want to read about heroes or women of diverse types, this is your go-to.
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