Interview with Nik Kacy from @kleffnotes

I had the opportunity to chat with designer, NiK Kacy about their upcoming Equality Fashion Week in Los Angeles. This is the first event of its kind in the LA area and is being run to help give a spotlight to LGBT+ designers and their work, as well as help benefit the LGBT+ community through outreach. I greatly appreciate NiK Kacy taking the time to speak with me and if you are in the area starting on October 5th you should definitely try and check out their event.

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Oh My Goth Book Review from @kleffnotes

New York Times Bestselling author Gena Showalter has written a plethora of series and is a renowned young adult author. This month she re-released her standalone novel, Oh My Goth, and I was absolutely delighted by this news. This life swapping story delves deep into how people handle grief, the toll that not processing emotions can have on someone and the people around them, and the love that can grow once boundaries are removed. Continue reading “Oh My Goth Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Cheray O’Neal from @kleffnotes

Cheray O’Neal is a talented performer who will be debuting her solo show, Journey This, on October 12th. This show will focus on deep themes, but beyond being just a performance it will also act as a philanthropic endeavor to support those who have survived and been victims of cancer. I had the opportunity to ask O’Neal about her upcoming show and am very excited to share her responses with all of you. Thank you to Cheray O’Neal for taking the time to respond to my questions. Continue reading “Interview with Cheray O’Neal from @kleffnotes”

The Absolved Book Review from @kleffnotes

Set in 2036, The Absolved follows the life of wealthy physician Henri, who finds himself slowly becoming fed up the with automation of society. Robots and other forms of technology have slowly begun to make human workers obsolete and for those who cannot work, the absolved, there is very little to do beyond exist. As his annoyance with technology and his life rises Henri begins to make choices that will lead to a much larger change and a shift in the society he has been forced to accept. Continue reading “The Absolved Book Review from @kleffnotes”

E-Demon Movie Review from @kleffnotes

When four friends from college decide to video chat with each other one night things a seemingly goofy prank turns into a night of dark and complicated events. Set up as a sort of found footage film E-Demon presents itself as the full recording of a real call between friends that led to a massive multi-state murder. This horror movie works to create a scenario in which the internet can spread black magic and violence anywhere it wishes. Continue reading “E-Demon Movie Review from @kleffnotes”

Wildchilds Book Review from @kleffnotes

Eugenia Melian draws upon her own experiences in the modeling industry to create a fiction story of illicit behavior, dangerous people, and love in Wildchilds. The story focuses on a former model named Iris, who left the love of her life and her career after becoming pregnant. After the birth of her daughter, Lou, Iris has decided to stay away from anything modeling related, until something forces her to look back on the life she fled years ago. Continue reading “Wildchilds Book Review from @kleffnotes”