On the CBS The Inspectors episode titled “Window Washers,” Amanda (Jessica Lundy) sought to capture a check washing ring in New York. When Preston (Bret Green) went to New York to house sit for his Uncle Kevin, he inadvertently discovered the ring was operating from the office building across from Uncle Kevin’s apartment.
This week KindaTV released not one, but two videos and I react to both of them. First I watch the latest Scoobies focused Carmilla Movie BTS and then the Darken prequel trailer. Continue reading “My Kinda Recaps: Scoobies Darkly ( @KindaTV_ @carmillaseries ) from @kleffnotes”
Ji Strangeway’s Red as Blue examines the lives of teen girls going to school at Paradise High, which is anything, but paradise to many of the students there. June Lusparian is a loner who has never felt connected to anyone around her, until she meets Beverly Enright. These two girls are part of two very different worlds and are surprised by the relationship that begins to blossom between them. Continue reading “Red as Blue Book Review from @kleffnotes”
General Hospital is the longest running daytime drama.
Nottingham takes the story of Robin Hood and brings it into the modern age with a feminist twist. I chat the new series in my latest Fangirl Freakouts. Continue reading “Fangirl Freakouts: Nottingham Webseries from @kleffnotes”
Will Daphne (Maisy Stella) have a singing career? Find out on the Nashville episode airing February 22.
This beautiful little children’s book is simply a treasure. Continue reading “Book Review: Children’s Title, The Littlest Acorn By Lisa Lentino via @erinwise82”
In Jumping the Queue: Achieving Great Things Before You Are Ready Michelle A. Turman shares her story of success with a look toward mentoring young professionals, especially women, in forging their own path in the world. As the founder and president of her own consulting firm, Turman has a wealth of knowledge that anyone looking to achieve their goals can benefit from. In this book you are given the map to your own success straight from a woman who built her own future. Continue reading “Jumping the Queue Book Review from @kleffnotes”
The unaligned succubus is coming! ClexaCon is again holding a Lost Girl panel and the big news for me this year connected to this specific panel was that Anna Silk will be attending this year. I loved last year’s panel with Zoie Palmer, Rachel Skarsten, and Emily Andras and I am just over the moon that Anna Silk will be joining them. There is so much about Bo that I want to know and to be able to see all of these women together on stage, with Dana Piccoli as a moderator, is something I cannot wait to see. Continue reading “@ClexaCon Countdown: Lost Girl and #Doccubus Excitement from @kleffnotes”