DC’s Legends of Tomorrow returned for Season 4 on October 22, 2018.
Dirt Road Books is a publisher that surprised me. I previously reviewed their book Bitter Root Queen and was struck by how much I really enjoyed this book. I am not often a romance fan, but I was blown away by the complexity of characters and the power of the story. I decided to mix it up and pick up a book that fit more with one of my more often preferred genres, fantasy. The Potion has a mad scientist like protagonist named Vera Kennedy who is fixated on creating an elixir that will give women the ability to live according to their desires, but when Georgette Harris arrives seeking help the two women find themselves drawn together into a mystery. Continue reading “The Potion @DirtRoadBooks Review from @kleffnotes”
Macy, Mel and Maggie use their powers to fight evil on The CW’s Charmed.
Supergirl returned for Season 4 on October 14, 2018.
Last year I reviewed the first volume of Fandom to Fantasy from Sapphire Books and this year while at ClexaCon I was able to pick up the second volume. This two volume set was released in 2018 in partnership with ClexaCon and focuses on stories set in convention settings. I enjoyed the first volume and honestly had meant to pick up the second one far earlier than this year. Fans, fan fiction, and fantasy all come together in these stories focuses on queer lovers and their passions for each other and their fandoms. Continue reading “Fandom to Fantasy Vol 2 @SapphireBooks Review from @kleffnotes”
A weekly column highlighting the Port Charles happenings during the past week on General Hospital. Read below to find out what you missed or to refresh your memory in time for next week.
Diana D’Agostino is a queer artist who brings to life beautiful mosaic works all to support and promote the LGBTQ+ community. Through her business, Patria Mosaic Design, she is able to bring her food based mosaics to the masses. Each piece is beautifully designed and I was able to ask her some questions about her work and what inspires her to create. Continue reading “Interview with Diana D’Agostino ( @patriapgh )from @kleffnotes”
It’s been a year since Meghan Markle married Prince Harry.
Alex Priest is back! Admittedly Alex Priest has been back for a little while, but I only recently was able to pick up a copy of the third and fourth issues of the series. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Alex Priest, the genderqueer vampire hunter, works for an agency known as Living Corpses that Bite (LC & B), but when it appears that vampires have found a way to do magic they are going to have to team up with their ex, Janelle Garcia from Demon Eradication And Denial (DEAD LLC). The first two issues sucked me in and issues three and four definitely did not disappoint. Continue reading “Alex Priest #3 and #4 Comics Review ( @arledgecomics ) from @kleffnotes”
Proven Innocent is an American legal drama television series created by David Elliot following the employees of a wrongful conviction law firm(Wikipedia).