The Pretty One Book Review from @kleffnotes

I first heard of Keah Brown and her book The Pretty One while listening to one of my favorite podcasts, Coming Out with Lauren and Nicole(also known as Coming Out Pod). Her chat with them was just so much fun and I knew I wanted to know about her and spend more time with her voice. Living in the middle of nowhere it takes a bit for some deliveries to make it to me, but when The Pretty One arrived at my door I wanted to start reading it immediately. I brought the book up to my current work from home desk and started reading any time there was even the slightest slow down in my day. Continue reading “The Pretty One Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Do You, Without Them Book Review from @kleffnotes

Calvin Richardson is a multi-Grammy nominated R&B singer and songwriter who rose from a modest southern life to fame and living his dream. When the iconic Charlie Wilson called him “one of the most talented artists in the business” he knew that he was truly special. With the nickname, “The Soul Prince” Richardson has been sharing his completely open and beautifully created southern soul for almost two decades. With so many people asking how he managed to gain his success Richardson decided to write Do You, Without Them to remind people that they should follow their dreams. Continue reading “Do You, Without Them Book Review from @kleffnotes”

The Merriest Magnolia Book Review from @kleffnotes

Admittedly I normally like to have the cover of the book on the top of my reviews, but The Merriest Magnolia does not yet have an official cover. The only image so far is really not an image, but as someone who needs to have a cover image or at least some sort of picture for formatting this is what I have for the time being. Just imagine that this cover is full of holiday cheer, imagine trees with sparkling lights and mugs of warm and delicious cocoa as you take in this review. Continue reading “The Merriest Magnolia Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Kimber Book Review from @kleffnotes

Set in the year 2209, Kimber is the story of a world that has had to completely change after the Earth’s ozone layer has been ravaged by a solar storm. The entire population was reduced to just 200 people who were able to hide from the radiation that brought a global extinction. Those who have survived will have to find a way to change in order to continue to live in a completely changed world. Continue reading “Kimber Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Here TV Celebrates Pride Month Press Release from @kleffnotes

Los Angeles, CA. Here TV, America’s first and largest LGBTQ+ video channel, is celebrating Pride Month 2020 with an exclusive selection of LGBTQ+ programming, documentaries and films available at:  www.here.tv Social justice is at the forefront of everyone’s mind and Here TV wants to … Continue reading Here TV Celebrates Pride Month Press Release from @kleffnotes

The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns Book Review from @kleffnotes

If you loved The Best New True Crime Stories: Serial Killers you will not be disappointed by this new addition to the series edited by Mitzi Szereto. This new book, The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns, examines the evils lurking in the shadows of small towns that often think that there is nothing to fear. These non-fiction accounts by international writers and experts present the monsters that are right inside the comfort of small towns. Continue reading “The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Belly of the Beast and Coded Bias Human Rights Watch Film Festival Showcase from @kleffnotes

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival has moved online this year and while the festival did start on June 11th, it continues on until June 20th. For this ten day event those who wish to participate can purchase tickets to stream the films included in the lineup. I admittedly was not able to check out some of these films until after the festival started so in order to share my thoughts before it ends I wanted to release a showcase of the two I did have a chance to watch. Continue reading “Belly of the Beast and Coded Bias Human Rights Watch Film Festival Showcase from @kleffnotes”

Submission Possible Releases on Revry from @kleffnotes

On June 19th Submission Possible will be premiering on Revry, the LGBTQ+ virtual cable TV network. This Docuseries is their latest original series and is a journey that you can enjoy with the “Queen of Kink” Madison Young. If you are looking to be both entertained and informed then get ready to tune in tomorrow. Continue reading “Submission Possible Releases on Revry from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Let Me Be Your Batwoman from @kleffnotes

Yes, you read that correctly, I want to be your Batwoman. As many people already know Ruby Rose has left Batwoman and it appeared  as though the plan was to replace Kate Kane/Batwoman. It has been noted that for this casting they do plan to cast someone from within the LGBTQ+ community. While recasting can be an issue for shows, I know I have personally been thrown by recastings, though they were all for shows in reruns. Childhood Katherine was very displeased when Bewitched on Nick at Nite replaced Darren, but that is a story for another day. After initially writing this article, these go up bi-weekly because I couldn’t resist tying the schedule to the title of the article series, it has been announced that Batwoman will no longer be Kate Kane, but more on that later.

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