Looking for a Valentine’s Day fit? When you think of GeekyBooks, romance is probably not the first thing on your mind. Robots and aliens, sure,  but true love? However, even in our modest collection of book reviews, I can pull out at least three books that feature love and relationships.

  1. The Mad Scientist’s Daughter by Cassandra Rose Keith.  Romance and robots, what more can you ask? All though this story can be an emotional roller coaster, its tender tribute to love is a perfect fit for Valentine’s Day.
  2. A Working Theory of Love by Scott Hutchins. What is love anyway? How can we define it and how does it define our relationships and humanity? Hutchins explores these questions(and artificial intelligence) in this novel.
  3. Data, A Love Story by Amy Webb. The search for true love turns geeky in Amy Webb’s memoir as she recounts how she “gamed” online dating using math and logic to find her perfect 1,500 point man.

 Geeky Valentine’s Day Cards

Unlike at the Hallmark store, it is so heartening to see the internet burst with a healthy collection of Geeky Valentines around this time of year.

GeekNative posted pictures of some wonderful Star Wars-themed Valentine’s cards. They’re so wonderful, they remind me of these wedding ring photos that were floating around the twittersphere recently.Vday- UIChemistrycard

I posted a collection of Geeky Valentine’s day cards myself, this time mostly biology-themed, on BioJournalism.com.

Geeks are Sexy drew people’s attention to these Superhero-themed Valentines.