Trials of Adaline Turner Book Review from @kleffnotes

Do you love a good rom-com? Then you definitely need to read this review. Trials of Adeline Turner is the latest book by author Angela Terry, who you might recognize as the author of Charming Falls Apart. This new book focuses on Adeline Turner and her journey through life’s twists and turns when things become suddenly more complicated.

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In the Land of Dead Horses Book Review from @kleffnotes

I will admittedly admit I am a bit behind. I received some review books either in the main or digitally and they came during periods of extreme scheduling. I know that isn’t really an excuse, but I genuinely have been so busy with work and just getting things done around that house that it becomes difficult to get content out. I am finally at a point where I can start getting through that pile. In the Land of Dead Horses came out in September, but it is something that could fit perfectly before Halloween.

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I’m Baaaack! And I Have Recs! from @kleffnotes

If you haven’t noticed I’ve been a bit absent from posting this month and that has been for very good reasons. The first of which is that my day job has been very busy recently and that has to be my priority no matter how much I might want to write an article. I have a responsibility to the folks where I work and I strive to do a great job for them. I love this site, but it is fun thing for me that I can do on the side and that side time has been very limited. The other reason I was not here and posting is I was actually away. Krista and I went to Ohio with both of our dogs to see the Ohio folks for a few days and we had a wonderful time. This trip meant spending time just with them and also prepping to leave so there was no free time at all for a couple weeks.

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Mango, Mambo, and Murder Book Review from @kleffnotes

I love a cozy mystery and my favorite time of year for a cozy is when the weather is getting chilly. Now yes, there are all year round cozies and you can read them whenever you like, but something about the fall makes me want to read mysteries a lot more. Mango, Mambo, and Murder is the first in a new series, A Caribbean Kitchen Mystery, by Raquel V. Reyes. This series follows a food anthropologist who has moved from New York to Coral Shores, Miami. Beyond your standard moving problems, there is the added drama of murder.

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The Last Session Comic Review from @kleffnotes

Mad Cave Studios gave me an early look at a comic that was once I saw the breakdown of I knew it was right up my alley. The Last Session is a short graphic novel focused on a group of friends who have played a game called Dice & Deathtraps since high school. Much like Dungeons & Dragons this roleplaying game has been something they could enjoy, but as they near college graduation they decide to finish their first ever campaign that had remained unfinished.

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Echoes of Fate Book Review from @kleffnotes

The third and final book in The Echoes Trilogy will be out this November and to give you plenty of time to pre-order I wanted to share my thoughts on the final book in the series. This is a series that uses the real world to influence the settings and the universe you are experiencing. Echoes of Fate is a fantastic tie up to this thrilling series.

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Fire of the Dark Triad Book Review from @kleffnotes

Asya Semenovich is a scientist who found stories in numbers, recently featured in the Cannes Film Festival finalist film, Married to Math, she was restricted in her creativity until she came to the United States. She had always wanted to write and she took her knowledge and combined it with her true passion. Fire of the Dark Triad then came to life, which eerily would foreshadow elements of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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The Citadel of Whispers Book Review from @kleffnotes

Chooseco is taking a chance with a brand new type of book. While Choose Your Own Adventure books have existed in the past, this the first time they will be trying their hand at the genre with The Citadel of Whispers. Beyond that they also have created a digital version that can jump where you choose, instead of needing you to scroll through or find the page you are told to pick. This is a fun read that is ideal for fantasy lovers.

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Grimm Tales from the Cave Comic Review from @kleffnotes

Mad Cave Studios has some great books and for Halloween they have a number of reads that are prefect for horror lovers. Coming out right before Halloween is Grimm Tales from the Cave, an anthology that gives a dark twist to Grimm Fairy Tales. There are 10 tales of fright with two of those stories being 20 page works by Cullen Bunn and artist Andrea Mutti and the other from Mark London with arty by Luisa Russo. This is the first anthology from Mad Cave Studios to use Grimm Fairy Tales as the the inspiration for horror.

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Wolvenheart #8 Comic Review from @kleffnotes

Wolvenheart #8 is the first comic in the second volume of the Wolvenheart series. This horror style comic focuses on Sterling Cross and presents readers with vampires, werewolves, and the staples of horror that they love. If you are a fan of the Underworld movies or other vampire/werewolf themed stories this will be a read you’ll want to pick up.

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