GGB Reno’s “August Adaptations” Brunch Recap

In lieu of a traditional “book brunch,” the Reno chapter of Geek Girl Brunch opted for a broader theme for the month of August, including all varieties of “things-adapted-into-other-forms.” This allowed us to discuss a multitude of adaptations beyond the standard book to TV or film adaptations, such as stage plays to film (and vice…

GGB San Antonio’s January Star Wars Brunch!

On a lovely morning in late January San Antonio GGB, met for our 29th Brunch: Star Wars! Two years to the month, we returned to our origins in the beautiful sci-fi space opera of Lucas, to celebrate all the new things that had both always been in this universe and that had come about in…

GGB StL’s Blind Date with a Book Swap and Do Better Event

BLIND DATE WITH A BOOK & GEEK GIRL BRUNCH DO BETTER EVENT             The great George R. R. Martin once said, “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies.”  If that’s the case, GGB StL brunchette’s must live millions of lives with our unending love for books!  19 amazing book nerds showed up bringing…

High Tea with GGB Baltimore

High Tea with Geek Girl Brunch Baltimore! For the month of April, GGB Baltimore went totally British by adventuring to the fairly new Emma’s Tea Spot on Harford Road. It was a tea party and your date was a blind one with a book. It was one of the first beautiful spring days after fighting…

GGB Cleveland – Books, Brunch, and Bowling

This month, we had one of our favorite themed brunches – Blind Date with a Book. It was held at Yorktown Lanes, a bowling alley in Parma Heights, OH.  It was also our last official brunch for the year. The menu was pretty simple. It had a combination of breakfast items, burgers, nachos, and pizza….

GGB Prescott Recap: Mid-Year Book Exchange

We happily returned from our hiatus with an impromptu mid-year book exchange.  Things got a little busy here in Prescott, AZ over the past few months and we needed to take a little break.   Since it was a last minute event, our small group was anticipated.  We may have been small, but we had an…