Happy Halloween readers! Krista, @freegolaw on Twitter and writer for StarryMag, and I decided to face our fears and watch some frightening movie moments. There are clowns, puppets, and a lot of panicked looks. Continue reading “Facing Fears with Clowns and Dummies with @freegolaw and @kleffnotes”
After a successful Kickstarter campaign for Alex Priest #1, writer Jenn Arledge (FUTURE GIRL, BLACK GOLD) and artist Scott Malin (AKARI AND THE FIREFLIES, WORLD’S WORST BOUNTY HUNTER) return with an all-new chapter of LGBTQ+ fantasy comic Alex Priest. Alex and Janelle plan to actively hunt the demons that got the drop on them last time, but the vampires strike first. And they strike hard. Continue reading “JUMP INTO THE WORLD OF VAMPIRE HUNTING THIS HALLOWEEN WITH ALEX PRIEST #2 ( @arledgecomics ) via @kleffnotes”
Relive an important time in the lives of The Pearsons on the This Is Us episode airing Tuesday, October 31.
The Legends travel to 1988 to save Young Ray on the DC’s Legends of Tomorrow episode airing October 31.
“Every day is Halloween” – Dean Winchester, It’s The Great Pumpkin Sam Winchester
Cisco meets Gypsy’s father on The Flash episode airing October 31.
2 years….where has the time gone….it’s seems like just yesterday we were sitting around in a private chat discussing what we would call ourselves. Continue reading “Thank You For 2 Amazing Years @thenerdygirlexp by @erinwise82”
One wonderful treat every October is that The Nerdy Girl Express anniversary takes place and this year we have hit our two year mark. While we are not the oldest online site, we are still exceptionally proud of the work we have done and the amount of growth that we have made in what feels like such a short amount of time. Within these two years I have personally experienced a great deal of milestone moments and to celebrate how much has occurred I wanted to share how much NGE means to me. Continue reading “Celebrating Two Years of The Nerdy Girl Express from @kleffnotes”
Happy Anniversary The Nerdy Girl Express!
37 Problems, the nine episode comedy webseries by Lisa Ebersole, debuted this month on Amazon Prime. Ebersole wrote and stars in the series as Amanda, a 37 year old writer who has to chose between a massive career opportunity and ever having biological children. When her editor decides he needs ten thousand dollars to finish her webseries for Sundance our lead character goes to her mother for help. Even though she gets the money she finds herself playing the karmic odds of whether she should see a fertility specialist or just go forward with using the money for the editing she needs. Continue reading “37 Problems Review ( @lisaebersole ) from @kleffnotes”