In My Dreams I Hold a Knife Book Review from @kleffnotes

What happens when six college friends find themselves re-examining just what happened to them ten years ago. In My Dreams I Hold a Knife is a thrilling read that examines what happens when a tragedy changes your life and the bonds you once had. With the focus on Jessica Miller we are presented with six friends at a college reunion forced to examine the unsolved murder that took place during their time together.

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Great Book of Grilled Cheese: 100+ Recipes for the Ultimate Comfort Food, Soups, Salads, and Sides Book Review from @kleffnotes

In keeping with the guide book style theme of this week, I thought I would review a new cookbook that is perfect for quick meals. I am a huge fan of grilled cheese and the Great Book of Grilled Cheese: 100+ Recipes for the Ultimate Comfort Food, Soups, Salads, and Sides was something I was very interested in. I am known for my grilled cheese, it is my go to quick fall food, and this is definitely going to help me up my game.

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Great American Road Trips Scenic Drives Book Review from @kleffnotes

When I was growing up we periodically take road trips on the weekends and we even made a couple cross country trips when I was in middle school. The idea of a road trip is always so appealing, but sometimes the planning can be daunting. I received Great American Road Trips-Scenic Drives to review and it proves to a be a very informative and interesting book that can help you to plan a trip of your own.

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Smoke and Mirrors: The Hearthstone Book Review from @kleffnotes

I have been so busy with my regular 9 to 5 job recently that I have been having a bit of a rough time getting through any review books. I did manage to finally get a chance to work on my review for the recent release, Smoke and Mirrors: The Hearthstone. This is the sequel to Smoke and Mirrors: The Trueheart, which I had the pleasure of reviewing previously. If you are a fan of magical fantasy reads that fall under the genre of YA this is a read for you.

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Full Tilt Boogie Comic Review from @kleffnotes

I love a good space opera and when I was contacted about Full Tilt Boogie I was instantly intrigued. The full collection from writer Alex de Campi and artist Eduardo Ocana is an all ages read that did release in May. I have been a bit behind with comic reviews and this admittedly did get unintentionally moved to a later month. This is a fun read and definitely something you should check out, but keep reading to find out more.

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Coming Soon Book Review from @kleffnotes

Rachel Kramer Bussel has edited a brand new anthology collection, which is not something that is particularly safe for work reading. Coming Soon: Women’s Orgasm Erotica focuses on thrilling tales of female sexual pleasure. With 20 stories by popular authors you will have plenty to choose from. I have reviewed some of her previous anthologies and I can say I was very intrigued to start reading this new addition.

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Nottingham Volume One Comic Review from @kleffnotes

After reviewing the first issue of Nottingham I was excited to be contacted to do a review of the complete graphic novel. My hopes were very high after the first book and it did not disappoint. If you like new takes on fairy tales or historical fiction stories this is a graphic novel you will want to pick up.

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Chantelle: Psychic P.D – Night Division Revry Series Highlight from @kleffnotes

New to Revry.TV, Chantelle Psychic P.D- Night Division is a curious comedy revolving around the title series. This mockumentary style show combines clips of the show, behind the scenes moments, and cast interviews. While it feels like a truly pulled from the 80s program this recently made series is a perfect watch for British tv fans.

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