Ella: Cinders and Ash Book Review from @kleffnotes

The third book in the Urban Fairytales series by Erik Schubach, Ella: Cinders and Ash is told from the point of view of Parker Devareau. After getting a flat tire on the night of a full moon Parker suddenly finds herself involved in the mystical battle between werewolves and supernatural women happening within and around Seattle. This book is the perfect addition to this fun to read series. Continue reading “Ella: Cinders and Ash Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Snow: The White Crow Book Review from @kleffnotes

Snow: The White Crow is the second in the Urban Fairytales series from Erik Schubach. The first book in the series introduced Red Hood and her hellhound companion and lover, this second book introduces us to the magical Gretta Snow. Much like Mari, the Red Hood, Gretta has lived for centuries and is blessed with powers that were willed to her by a supernatural being. Snow: The White Crow grows the world of the Urban Fairytales universe and sets up a larger overarching plot for the rest of the series. Continue reading “Snow: The White Crow Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Fangirl Freakouts: Damsels in Distress on @KindaTV_ from @kleffnotes

This week KindaTV uploaded an award winning student film from the Shaftesbury Student Film Awards, Damsels in Distress. For my Fangirl Freakouts video I decided to talk about just how great this short film by Raine Bracken is. If you love seeing amazing female characters, fairy tales, or just awesome things in general you should check out this video. Continue reading “Fangirl Freakouts: Damsels in Distress on @KindaTV_ from @kleffnotes”