Nightsticks & Negligees Book Review from @kleffnotes

Lexi is a homicide detective who has been assigned to a mysterious double homicide. With this new case she must also report to her seemingly ice cold superior Katia. This relationship might seemed strained, but as things evolve what seemed distant and chilly begins to hear up for these two women. Continue reading “Nightsticks & Negligees Book Review from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Ringing In the New Year with @BIFLseries from @kleffnotes

Happy New Year’s Eve lovely readers! I am writing this article on my cell phone in Dulles International Airport. Krista and I went to Ohio for Christmas and found our connecting flight home cancelled. Our new flight is slated to go out tonight, but we did wind up unexpectedly spending the night in the DC area. With our schedules we have both been too busy to really watch anything, but we found ourselves with a rare night in with no work the next day and finally binged BIFL on YouTube. I have watched parts of the series before and even reported on it way back when it was just a script, but this binge reignited my love of these fantastic characters. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Ringing In the New Year with @BIFLseries from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Holiday Help Desk from @kleffnotes

If you have ever had to work on the holidays you might remember feeling bored or even wishing that you could be anywhere than where you are in the moment. Holiday Help Desk focuses on two women who are both stuck working on Christmas Eve, but in this short film they will find that maybe being stuck at the office isn’t so bad after all. Written by Hillary Esquina, who you might remember from our Passage coverage, this is a fun short that will fill you with holiday cheer. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Holiday Help Desk from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Hot Dog Girl and Cameron Post from @kleffnotes

Summer romance isn’t exactly a fall theme, but with the chill in the air I wanted to delve into some warm weather reads with interesting characters. I had picked up Hot Dog Girl at Flame Con and finally had the time to read it, my to read list is impressively long. The second book I finally finished, after having it checked out from the library for about two months was The Miseducation of Cameron Post, which I had been curious about ever since I watched the movie. I don’t want to give too much away with either book, but if you want to feel the warmth of summer on this chill winter day keep reading. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Hot Dog Girl and Cameron Post from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Serving Pride Book Highlight from @kleffnotes

Serving Pride is a book designed to help you grow your knowledge of queer history in the United States while sharing with your own community. Geeks Out has put together a collection of historical elements with party planning to create a Queer History Dinner Party Guide. No matter what month come together with your friends and family and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Serving Pride Book Highlight from @kleffnotes”

Fate: No Strings Attached Book Review from @kleffnotes

Fate: No Strings Attached is set in Erik Schubach’s New Sentinels universe and focuses on a mysterious woman who is found unconscious in an impact crater in the Cascade Mountains. With no idea who she is or how she has found herself in this situation, Sloan Tesha tries to begin a new life and try to piece together who she really is. Just having amnesia isn’t what sets her apart though, no Sloan has some very odd tattoos that connect her to something far greater than herself. Continue reading “Fate: No Strings Attached Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Raven Maid: Out of the Darkness Book Review from @kleffnotes

The New Sentinels series provides a variety of stories all set in the same magical version of our world. In Raven Maid: Out of the Darkness we meet Adelaide Oliver who was raised in the bayou of New Orleans, but has fled to Seattle for fear that she is hallucinating strange things. What she doesn’t understand is that she is special, a Raven Maid. These secret beings appear in Voodoo or Vodoun and the things she sees are anything, but imaginary. Continue reading “Raven Maid: Out of the Darkness Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Djinn: Cursed Book Review from @kleffnotes

Erik Schubach may have completed his Urban Fairytales series, but his New Sentinels series delves into the worlds of the supernatural in a way that feels reminiscent of his previous series. In the first book, Djinn: Cursed he introduces us to Angelina Drake who finds her twenty-first birthday taking a surprising turn when she learns that a curse plagues her family and that she is the latest victim. If you are missing the women of lore from Schubach’s previous series or looking for a new series to delve into this book is a great introduction to a new world. Continue reading “Djinn: Cursed Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Kappa Force @REVRYTV Review from @kleffnotes

The college experience has been portrayed in hundreds of movies and television shows, but Kappa Force takes the idea of college and gives it a queer and satirical twist. State University seems like the perfect example of an all American campus, but that image is shattered once you learn that The Douche has plans to take down the members of Kappa Force. Yes, the villain’s name is The Douche and he thinks this is a great choice, if that helps you to understand the high levels of campy hilarity that fill this series. Continue reading “Kappa Force @REVRYTV Review from @kleffnotes”