Hyannis, MA (OPENPRESS) September 6, 2006 -- Geek Woman teaches female gamers how to play online video games and master the male dominated art of Pwnage with the publication of Geek Woman's Game Guide 2006 in conjunction with Lulu (www.lulu.com/geekwoman), the world's fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.
Geek Woman's Game Guide 2006 is a collection of information and reviews of video games from a woman's perspective for another year. It is also a step-by-step guide to helping inexperienced gamers get started with online gaming. The guide includes instructions, reviews and interviews.
About Tomb Raider : Legends
"The game is an event in itself, a page in herstory that you should see. It's a bit like climbing the Statue of Liberty. It's tiresome, but you'll be glad that you did it."
About Flat Out 2
"After a long dry summer with very few games that were actually fun to review, Flat Out 2 was like a tall, chilled glass of Crystal to a hollywood actress fresh out of rehab."
Geek Woman is a freelance game journalist and the author of Geek Woman's Game Guides. http://www.lulu.com/geekwoman
She began in gaming with the table top Pac Man in the late 70's. It was a love for games like Dragon Riders of Pern on the C64, Zork on PC, and Drakan on PS2 that can be blamed for Geek Woman's leaving behind more sane writing careers. She is giving a voice to women who play video games to demonstrate to anyone listening that "We are here!"
Link to Publication: http://www.lulu.com/geekwoman
Geek Woman has over 28 years of Game Play experience, including 3 years as a free lance game journalist, game tester, pod-caster and web developer. This is her second game guide. She is an independent author living on Cape Cod MA
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