Forgotten Violets Book Review from @kleffnotes

Meadow Noone has been charged with a crime, but cannot remember anything about her past beyond the fact that she was previously being held captive. She and her two friends, Parker and Elizabeth, were attempting to escape from one dangerous situation when they were caught and brought to Thornbridge for their supposed crimes. The three of them are trying to make sense of what has happened to them and what they could possibly be guilty of. Forgotten Violets drops you into a fantasy world where you must try and piece together the clues Meadow finds to determine who she is and what is going on around her. Continue reading “Forgotten Violets Book Review from @kleffnotes”


Greetings from Janeland Book Review from @kleffnotes

The journey of coming out and understanding who you are is different for everyone and in this collected work of non-fiction Candace Walsh and Barbara Straus Lodge share the stories of a number of women who found themselves leaving heterosexual relationships as they learned to embrace their own truths. Greetings from Janeland: Women Write More About Leaving Men for Women is a follow up work to Dear John, I Love Jane, which was published in 2010, and provides even more stories of coming out. Each of these women has such a diverse story to tell and this book will show you that no matter what your story, you are not alone. Continue reading “Greetings from Janeland Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Alex Priest #2 Review ( @arledgecomics ) from @kleffnotes

In the second of a five issue arc, Alex Priest returns after their action packed introduction in issue one. After learning that vampires and demons have decided to team up, two different departments who deal with supernatural situations are going to have to work together to deal with this new threat. LC&B, which focuses on vampires, and DEAD LLC, which focuses on demons, are putting together a team, which means Alex is going to have to deal with their ex-girlfriend, who they never expected to see again. Continue reading “Alex Priest #2 Review ( @arledgecomics ) from @kleffnotes”

The Book of Awesome Women Book Review from @kleffnotes

The history we have all been taught is often very focused on male heroes and the things that men have accomplished. While the field of history has attempted to diversify there are still issues concerning representation of multiple minority groups. Becca Anderson attempts to correct this issue with her work The Book of Awesome Women, which focuses on women from diverse backgrounds and upbringings and their many accomplishments. This exceptionally interesting work provides examples of hundreds of women spanning from ancient times into the modern day, who have accomplished great things. Continue reading “The Book of Awesome Women Book Review from @kleffnotes”