Opiate Jane Book Review from @kleffnotes

Jane has always found herself surrounded by addicts. As a child she and her younger sister were left in foster care while their mother struggled with a need for drugs. Now in high school she and her fractured family are living in Adams County, Ohio. This feels like the middle of nowhere and while this might seem like a place to avoid more addicts, Jane finds herself drawn to a boy who has his own drug problem. Drawn from the personal experiences of Jessica K. Baker, who has loved ones who have struggled with addiction, Opiate Jane follows Jane and she tries to find love with people who are struggling to make a life outside of their addiction. Continue reading “Opiate Jane Book Review from @kleffnotes”

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Say It Now Book Review from @kleffnotes

We never know just how much time we will get with someone. A loss can happen in a number of ways, but through Say It Now you will be given the tools to help you share your love and care for others without fear or hesitation. Sherry Richert Belul helps you to put your feelings into words and even actions through her collection of activities within this book. Continue reading “Say It Now Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Friendship Isn’t a Big Thing, Its a Million Little Things Book Review from @kleffnotes

Becca Anderson focuses on female friendships and the powerful bond that women create with each other. Through this inspirational connections support networks are fostered and through them women enable each other to grow and become stronger. In Friendship Isn’t a Big Thing, Its a Million Little Things she shares the elements of female empowerment with her readers so that they can see the power of connection between women. Continue reading “Friendship Isn’t a Big Thing, Its a Million Little Things Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Tonya Williams from @kleffnotes

I had the chance to chat with the founder and festival director of the Reelworld Film Festival, which took place in October of this year. This event is held in Toronto and designed to showcase BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) content creators and allow diverse communities to claim their own stories and bring unique voices to the table. I appreciate her taking the time to answer all of my questions. Continue reading “Interview with Tonya Williams from @kleffnotes”

Create Book Review from @kleffnotes

Marc Silber is a best-selling author, award-wining creative and educator who wants to help you rediscover the artist within you. Many people think that creative energy is something that only certain people have or that they will never be as creative as other people. While you might trapped by not being able to create or maybe you have a creative outlet that gives you a brief window of time to delve into your creative energies, Silber wants to unlock barriers for you and allow you to be the best creator that you can be in Create. Continue reading “Create Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Tea-spiration Book Review from @kleffnotes

Tea-spiration: Inspirational Words for Tea Lovers is here to help you make a quiet moment for reflection in your daily life. As you sip some tea sit back, relax, and give yourself a moment to slow down and enjoy the simple joys of life. Lu Ann Pannunzio’s debut book may be about tea and its history, but it is also meant to uplift and inspire. Continue reading “Tea-spiration Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Resistance Reborn (Star Wars): Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Review from @kleffnotes

Get ready for the upcoming release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker with this vital prequel story, Resistance Reborn. While I am using the full title in the header of this article I will be referring to the book solely by the shorter, and more manageable title for the entire review. Set in the wake of the harrowing escape from Crait the Resistance has been reduced to a handful of wounded heroes. While the names Finn, Poe, Rey, Rose, Chewbacca, and Leia Organa are known throughout the worlds, those who are oppressed can only do so much with merely names. With Leia Organa’s final call for aid going unanswered work must be done to rebuild the Resistance with the presence of the First Order ever looming. Continue reading “Resistance Reborn (Star Wars): Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Review from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Serving Pride Book Highlight from @kleffnotes

Serving Pride is a book designed to help you grow your knowledge of queer history in the United States while sharing with your own community. Geeks Out has put together a collection of historical elements with party planning to create a Queer History Dinner Party Guide. No matter what month come together with your friends and family and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Serving Pride Book Highlight from @kleffnotes”

The Experience Movie Review from @kleffnotes

Katerina Gorshkov’s feature debut The Experience ties together a variety of genres under the umbrella of a teen coming of age story through the lens of Scarlet, Allison Kove, and her time at a wilderness camp designed to help her stop acting out. Once she arrives at this camp we see her working through her previous experiences from recent years as well as repressed elements from her childhood. As we bounce through these memories, we also see her father’s life outside of his daughter, which is far more dangerous than his family ever knew. Continue reading “The Experience Movie Review from @kleffnotes”

Fate: No Strings Attached Book Review from @kleffnotes

Fate: No Strings Attached is set in Erik Schubach’s New Sentinels universe and focuses on a mysterious woman who is found unconscious in an impact crater in the Cascade Mountains. With no idea who she is or how she has found herself in this situation, Sloan Tesha tries to begin a new life and try to piece together who she really is. Just having amnesia isn’t what sets her apart though, no Sloan has some very odd tattoos that connect her to something far greater than herself. Continue reading “Fate: No Strings Attached Book Review from @kleffnotes”