Awaken Love Book Review ( @PublishPurpose ) from @kleffnotes

Awaken Love is a book that offers insight into a loving and connected relationship. The authors completely share themselves with the readers, detailing the highs and lows, the good and the bad, of being together. What this book does is provide insight, but on a much deeper level that relates back to real life experiences that impacted an actual relationship. Continue reading “Awaken Love Book Review ( @PublishPurpose ) from @kleffnotes”

Beyond The Rainbow Book Review ( @PublishPurpose )from @kleffnotes

Beyond the Rainbow: Personal Stories and Practical Strategies to Help your Business & Workplace Connect with the LGBTQ Market is a book with a hefty title, but a strong message. Jenn T. Grace wants to help companies understand and become strong fits for the LGBTQ community. By working to reach the entire umbrella and focusing on how powerful they can be, you can grow your own business and become someone that the community will want to interact with. Continue reading “Beyond The Rainbow Book Review ( @PublishPurpose )from @kleffnotes”

Book Signing Event at Barnes & Noble on 6/14/19: @JozanneMarie Author of “BEAUTIFUL: Unashamed and Unafraid ” In Conversation With @AndreaNavedo Star of #JanetheVirgin via @stacyamiller85 @bntorrance #UnashamedandUnafraid #metoo #womensrights

BEAUTIFUL: Unashamed and Unafraid is one woman’s courageous spiritual journey to self-love and healing after a childhood of sexual and physical abuse.

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Inclusion Book Review ( @PublishPurpose ) from @kleffnotes

Jennifer Brown’s book Inclusion: Diversity, The New Workplace & The Will To Change is designed to open your mind up to the need to diversify workplace environments in order to truly change the world and society as a whole. Her mission is to better the world and allow it to become better by educating people on how the current workplace structures have led to stagnation. In order to open up the doors and allow our workplace to reflect our actual world we all need to work to bring in more diverse voices and people. Continue reading “Inclusion Book Review ( @PublishPurpose ) from @kleffnotes”

Popcorn Love Book Review ( @YlvaPublishing ) from @kleffnotes

Elena Vega is an influential fashion industry woman, think a way nicer version of Miranda Priestly, who has been out of the dating game for a while. Her best friend Vivian insists that she is going to start setting her up, but Elena has one caveat, a babysitter. Her son Lucas is the most important person in her life and is only three years old. She wants to make sure he’s taken care of while she is trying to find a partner. That’s where Allison Sawyer comes in. The NYU senior loves kids and after meeting Elena is very invested in taking care of Lucas. Popcorn Love is a romantic and touching story full of not only romantic, but familial love, and it shows that opening yourself up can lead to beautiful moments you could never expect. Continue reading “Popcorn Love Book Review ( @YlvaPublishing ) from @kleffnotes”

Out of This World Book Review ( @QoSPress ) from @kleffnotes

Out of This World: Queer Speculative Fiction Stories collects a number of works by Catherine Lundoff that take readers on a journey through a variety of times and places with protagonists who fall within the LGBTQ+ community. Many of these stories have been out of print for years or have appeared in other collections, but are now for the first time together in a brand new anthology. You will find vampires, ghosts, the works of Shakespeare, and even more within the pages of this Queen of Swords book. Continue reading “Out of This World Book Review ( @QoSPress ) from @kleffnotes”

Rogue Strike Book Review from @kleffnotes

David Ricciardi is back with a brand new sequel to his acclaimed debut novel, Warning Light. Zac Miller has survived to fight another day, but the CIA analyst now goes by the name Jake Keller. As a field agent in Rogue Strike, he and his partner Curt Roach are in Yemen to interrupt a secret meeting between top al-Qaeda leaders. When their drone refuses to respond and then completely changes course on its own, the two men find themselves being blamed for a disaster they never expected. Keller and Roach must find a way to clear their names and keep ahead of the people who are trying to take them down. Continue reading “Rogue Strike Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Jan Dee Gordon from @kleffnotes

Jan Dee Gordon is a Los Angeles based photographer who will be releasing a brand new book, LGBTQ of Steel. The photos collected within these pages celebrate a group of LGBTQ individuals who bravely and without hesitation overcame unimaginable obstacles that threatened to hold them back. I had the chance to ask Gordon some questions about this project as well as some of her other work in advance of her book release on July 16th. Continue reading “Interview with Jan Dee Gordon from @kleffnotes”

Captured Soul Book Review ( @boldstrokebooks )from @kleffnotes

The soul that exists in art is something that in the pages of Captured Soul is crucial to what is happening within the walls of Mallory Tucker’s gallery. She has booked showings of two very different artists, a bronze sculptor named Sheva and an abstract painter named Kadence Munroe. As it turns out these two women are connected in a variety of ways and through it all the art on display will be what causes the web that binds them to tighten and bring to light the lurking darkness behind Sheva’s work. Continue reading “Captured Soul Book Review ( @boldstrokebooks )from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Lauren Wise ( @ThisFunnyGirl )from @kleffnotes

Canadian author and comedy writer is debuting a brand new addition to her Swap Club series with Swap Club 3. Focused on Valerie Matthews in her third year as part of Swap Club, but the relationships in the elite group have begun to shift and Valerie finds herself at a turning point. I chatted about the series with Lauren Wise as well as her comedy work and other projects. You can get your copy of Swap Club 3 on June 20th, but until then find out more here. Continue reading “Interview with Lauren Wise ( @ThisFunnyGirl )from @kleffnotes”