Interview with Raj Krishna from @kleffnotes

I had the opportunity to ask Raj Krishna about his new film Padmavyuha. Set to release on the film circuit in Fall of 2020, this mystery thriller focuses on the complex history of Hinduism. Thank you to Raj Krishna for answering my questions about this project. Continue reading “Interview with Raj Krishna from @kleffnotes”

Privilege Book Review from @kleffnotes

Daniel Waite is a professor who would appear to be living pretty much the ideal life. He is married to a brilliant and beautiful woman, has tenure, and is admired by faculty and students alike. He even has classes that students flock to in connection to popular media. The issue is that while it might seem great, he is miserable. Privilege showcases how hidden elements of your life can sudden come to a head and change everything. Continue reading “Privilege Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Born Under Gaslight Book Review from @kleffnotes

Cindy Collins’ shares her story of struggling in silence for years as the someone who should love her completely constantly gaslighted her. Born Under Gaslight was written in in the hopes of offering comfort to other victims and encouraging them to go through the necessary processes to find healing. Her book is a completely open discussion of her life, which includes abuse and cruelty that she had to survive. Continue reading “Born Under Gaslight Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Heroes’ Feast: The Official Dungeons & Dragons Cookbook Review from @kleffnotes

Heroes’ Feast: The Official Dungeons & Dragons Cookbook is here to bring fantasy to your kitchen. By Kyle Newman, Mike Witwer, and Jon Peterson this is a cookbook perfect for solo adventurers or your entire party, which really means no matter what you are looking to cook you can find the perfect thing. Done your aprons and prepare to create new and tasty treats from the fictional cultures you love. Continue reading “Heroes’ Feast: The Official Dungeons & Dragons Cookbook Review from @kleffnotes”

A Palm Beach Scandal Book Review from @kleffnotes

Susannah Marren’s latest release, A Palm Beach Scandal, will be out on September 15th of this year. This is the second novel in her Palm Beach focused novels and the focus in this book is on a family that finds themselves rocked by a surprise that causes them to have to reevaluate their lives. This book will pull you in and keep you focused on this family, especially the sisters until the very end. Continue reading “A Palm Beach Scandal Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Follow Me Darkly Book Review from @kleffnotes

Skye is always in control. She works for a hotel heiress Addison Ames, who is also a social media influencer, and while it isn’t her dream job she does get to do something she has a passion for. Photographs are something the loves and being able to take them gives her a sense of something she enjoys in her not ideal job. As a farm girl from Kansas who moved to Boston in order to make it, she has at least found a job that she can feel comfortable with. Sometimes though you have to embrace the new and the unexpected. Continue reading “Follow Me Darkly Book Review from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Slo Pitch Review from @kleffnotes

After much anticipation and what felt like an eternity of waiting, Slo Pitch finally came out on KindaTV. Now I do know some people could watch the series before it released on this YouTube channel, but because I live in the United States I had to wait. For those who haven’t heard of this series it is a queer comedy focused on a softball team. The series was created by J Stevens, Gwenlyn Cumyn, and Karen Knox, the former two I had the pleasure of interviewing for another series they were a part of Barbelle. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Slo Pitch Review from @kleffnotes”

The Wedding Date Disaster Book Review from @kleffnotes

Avery Flynn has written a delightfully fun escapist story that allows you to be part of an event that hasn’t really been able to happen in the present, a wedding. Now this is the sort of story you should go into knowing that there is a happy ending because The Wedding Date Disaster is the perfect read for those who love Hallmark and Lifetime movies. You will find yourself enjoying the light and funny story in a way that will help you feel transported to a family wedding in Nebraska. Continue reading “The Wedding Date Disaster Book Review from @kleffnotes”