The Archer at Dawn Book Review from @kleffnotes

The Archer at Dawn is the sequel to The Tiger at Midnight and is set right after the events of that first book. Esha and Kunal have chosen to be together and are both now working with the rebellion to try and fight back against the regime of King Vardaan. They have a mission they must achieve together and in this moment they will be taking part in a sort of heist that could change their land forever. Continue reading “The Archer at Dawn Book Review from @kleffnotes”

The Tiger at Midnight Book Review from @kleffnotes

The idea of star crossed lovers takes a bit of a deadly turn in The Tiger at Midnight. Esha is known as the Viper and is a highly skilled assassin who is actively working for the rebellion. When she sets out on her mission to avenge what she lost in the royal coup with her latest mission, her most important, to take down General Hotha, something will happen that changes her path and that is Kunal. Continue reading “The Tiger at Midnight Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Night Owls and Summer Skies Book Review from @kleffnotes

Emma is already not looking forward to this summer. Her parents are divorced and her mother has insisted that she get to see her this summer. After moving away with her dad, to get a fresh start and focus on improving her mental health, Emma doesn’t want to go back. No matter how hard she tries she finds herself back, but her mom has other plans. Instead of staying home she learns a cruise is happening, but she isn’t invited. Her mom and a surprise new husband are going on their honeymoon and Emma is headed to a place she wants to go to even less than her mom’s house, Camp Mapplewood. Continue reading “Night Owls and Summer Skies Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Wendy Jo Carlton from @kleffnotes

I had the chance to ask some questions of award winning filmmaker Wendy Jo Carlton, primarily about her recent film Good Kisser. We also chatted a bit about some of her other projects, including one that you can find on Netflix. Thank you to Wendy Jo Carlton for taking the time to answer all of my questions. Continue reading “Interview with Wendy Jo Carlton from @kleffnotes”

No One Will Hear Your Screams Book Review from @kleffnotes

Homicide Commander Lieutenant John Driscoll thinks that there may be a sociopathic killer on the loose targeting women in New York City. Someone named Tilden seems to be trying to tell the police he is behind these crimes, but what exactly pushed him over the edge. Driscoll must try and find out why these women are dying and how to put a stop to this in No One Will Hear Your Screams. Continue reading “No One Will Hear Your Screams Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Robin Hood’s Widow Book Review from @kleffnotes

This historical fiction series allows readers to experience a different kind of Maid Marian. With skills that rival Robin Hoods, Marian has her own battles to fight. In Robin Hood’s Widow, the second book in The Robin Hood Trilogy, our heroes will have to fight for what they believe is right while also taking on responsibilities they never expected. Continue reading “Robin Hood’s Widow Book Review from @kleffnotes”

The Bridge: Krynn Book Review from @kleffnotes

The Bridge: Krynn is the final story in The Bridge series by Erik Schubach. I have loved this series and also enjoyed the fact that it is set in my home state of Ohio. I would like to think there are some supernatural things happening in the heart of the Midwest. While I am sad to see this series go, this book is the perfect send off for Evangeline and her world. Continue reading “The Bridge: Krynn Book Review from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Everything is Queer in Quarantine from @kleffnotes

At this point in quarantine everything I watch just ultimately becomes queer. Oh I know technically many of the shows I have watched are not actually queer, but I am making them what I want. This also might be because I may be indulging periodically in adult beverages and according to my wife when I drunk I just start insisting that any pairing that might be queer is queer. I may have yelled “just kiss already” at a number of people while we have been periodically delving deeply into Netflix. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Everything is Queer in Quarantine from @kleffnotes”

The Worldship Files: Cityships Book Review from @kleffnotes

The Worldship Files series by Erik Schubach is his more science fiction take on the world of the supernatural. I have previously reviewed the other two books in the series, but for those who have not seen those, the focus is on a collection of beings who live on the Worldship Leviathan. When the Earth was facing imminent doom as the sun expanded humans and creatures of myth like fairies and vampires all came together to find a way to survive. This meant leaving Earth and once they left they created a new society. In this world there are Enforcers and one of these is Knith Shade, who often finds herself drawn into dangerous and mysterious events. Continue reading “The Worldship Files: Cityships Book Review from @kleffnotes”