Fangirl Freakouts: It Makes a Sound ( @IMASpodcast ) from @kleffnotes

Deidre Gardner just wants to share  her love of Wim Faros with the world and in It Makes a Sound she delves into the history of the artist for anyone who is listening. Things might not be exactly as they seem as we begin to learn more about the world outside of Deidre’s point of view. In this Fangirl Freakouts I share why you should check out this podcast from Night Vale Presents. Continue reading “Fangirl Freakouts: It Makes a Sound ( @IMASpodcast ) from @kleffnotes”


Interview With #VanHelsing ‘s @RukiyaBernard via @stacyamiller85 @SyFyVanHelsing @cw_spn #Supernatural

How hard would it be playing a doctor turned vampire? Or a psychic and a shape shifting grief counselor? If you have the talent of  Rukiya Bernard, you make it appear easy and as natural as breathing.  Bernard is the gifted actress behind the character of Doc on SYFY’s Van Helsing. She previously appeared on The CW’s Supernatural as Camille Thibideaux in the Season 7 episode “The Mentalists” and recently came back as a new character, Dr. Mia Vallens in the Season 13 episode “The Big Empty.”

Rukiya took the time from her busy shooting schedule to speak with me about Van Helsing’s Doc as well as her roles on Supernatural.  I found her to be well spoken and intelligent with a charming quality that made it a pleasure hearing about these characters and what playing them has meant to her. Read below to find out what she had to say.

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@IFAnthology: Crime @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes

The IF Anthologies are always full of talented and interesting work from a variety of comic creators. As a lover of mysteries and crime based stories I was beyond excited to learn that the latest addition would be Crime. Within this collected volume there are stories for everyone, even those who do not have a penchant for stories full of murder, death, and drama like I do. Continue reading “@IFAnthology: Crime @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes”

The Physics of Star Wars Book Review from @kleffnotes

If you’re a Star Wars fan, or even just a casual watcher of the films, you’ve probably wondered if you’ll ever be able to have a working lightsaber or if maybe one day you can have your own droid. After you’ve returned to real life after allowing yourself to become immersed in the far away galaxies of the Star Wars universe, you can delve into the science that relates to the force you love with The Physics of Star Wars. Patrick Johnson, PhD, examines the technology, weaponry, and the force and the science behind all of these topics in a way that even those of us who struggled to pass a high school physics course can understand. Continue reading “The Physics of Star Wars Book Review from @kleffnotes”