Happy Halloween and Happy Anniversary Nerdy Girl Express

Happy 6th Anniversary Nerdy Girl!! From the readers, to our guests, to our amazing writers….this site would be nothing without you all. On our 6th anniversary, I would like to personally thank each and everyone of you for investing in this site! We started as a group who just wanted to share the things we loved with others. But it turned into more than that, it turned into these valuable friendships that I treasure beyond words. Though sometimes life gets in the way, I’ll always come back to the Express. I hope this journey never ends, I couldn’t imagine my … Continue reading Happy Halloween and Happy Anniversary Nerdy Girl Express

The Bi Line: Boxing Up Bits of Yourself from @kleffnotes

A lot of changes are happening for people right now and while this is not a monumental change, my life is changing in a very specific way right now. Krista, my wife if you haven’t read any of my previous articles, and I are currently in the process of trying to move. During the initial closure periods related to Covid there were certain employment changes and now officially Krista has a new job and I am a permanent remote worker for my job. Based on the location of the new job, we are in the midst of moving. We have a house that we are working on paperwork for so that hopefully we can move in by at least the end of the month. While we’ve been working on the moving process we have also had to put our home on the market, which has led to some unexpected realizations about the area where we live now and how we have to navigate it in some situations. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Boxing Up Bits of Yourself from @kleffnotes”

You Would Have Told Me Not To Book Review from @kleffnotes

Christopher Coake’s latest release, You Would Have Told Me Not To, includes stories that are noted as tying into the idea of the #MeToo Movement. Through short stories and one novella he is able to examine failed relationships and the fallout that comes out of them. One of the most common themes is the ideal of masculinity causing issues due to a toxic or misguided person. This book presents so many different relationships and what has come out of their failure that you will feel drawn into these vignettes and the people they encompass. Continue reading “You Would Have Told Me Not To Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Neon Nights Book Review from @kleffnotes

Neon Nights is Katey Taylor’s sequel to her emotional read, Inebriated. Focused on seventeen-year-old Cait who previously experienced a summer riddled with tragedies. She must now deal with the aftermath of her choices and her failed relationships. She is trying to continue on her journey, but the chains of her past weigh heavy on her. Continue reading “Neon Nights Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Heidi Lynch and Perrie Voss from @kleffnotes

I had the chance to chat for a second time with the lovely ladies of Avocado Toast. No, not women who sell avocado toast, but the great minds behind the series Avocado Toast. Thank you very much to Heidi Lynch and Perrie Voss for chatting with me again about the upcoming Amazon debut of the series. Continue reading “Interview with Heidi Lynch and Perrie Voss from @kleffnotes”

Shadow of the Hook Book Review from @kleffnotes

Set in Erik Schubach’s Urban Fairytales universe, this new story Shadow of the Hook shows Robyn, known to history as Robin Hood, and her mate Amanda, a werewolf, in the world of Neverland. After being dropped there unexpectedly the two must quickly come to terms with what is going on around them, especially with a full moon high in the sky days before it would be there in their regular world. As with all of the stories in his series what you’ve been told about this magical world is anything, but the truth and Robyn and Amanda will learn the truth and find new allies as the final battle to stop the Elders looms ever closer. Continue reading “Shadow of the Hook Book Review from @kleffnotes”