Music Monday! Paramore – Ignorance

Dropping a really quick Music Monday today! Sharing one of my favorite songs off one of my favorite albums by Paramore. Funny thing is that this song has a whole new meaning to me than it did when I first heard this album almost ten years ago. Really looking forward to seeing Paramore in the…

REVIEW: Our Kind of Cruelty by Araminta Hall

Book Title: Our Kind of Cruelty Author: Araminta Hall Series: None Genres: Mystery, Thriller, Fiction Published: May 8th 2018 by MCD / Farrar, Straus and Giroux SYNOPSIS: This is a love story. Mike’s love story. Mike Hayes fought his way out of a brutal childhood and into a quiet, if lonely life, before he met Verity Metcalf. V…

REVIEW: Mindfulness in Music: Notes on Finding Life’s Rhythm by Mark Tanner

Book Title: Mindfulness in Music: Notes on Finding Life’s Rhythm Author: Mark Tanner Series: None Genres: Body, Mind & Spirit, Meditation, Music Published: April 5th 2018 by Leaping Hare Press   SYNOPSIS: Mindfulness in Music is a joyful exploration into the meditative nature of music and its holistic beauty.  Mark Tanner reveals how composers and musicians have always…

Music Monday (on a Thursday)! Dave Matthews – Samurai Cop

Sorry, not sorry guys and gals, but you are getting a double dose of Dave Matthews Band from this girl. Today the single off of DMB upcoming album, Come Tomorrow, was released. I heard Samurai Cop last year during a show I attended while eight months pregnant with my son. What has been done in the…

REVIEW: Our Little Secret by Roz Nay

Book Title: Our Little Secret Author: Roz Nay Series: None Genres: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense, Fiction Published: April 17th 2018 by St. Martin’s Press SYNOPSIS: They say you never forget your first love. What they don’t say though, is that sometimes your first love won’t forget you… A police interview room is the last place Angela expected to find herself…

May – What’s On My Shelf?

Happy May lovely readers! In addition to Music Monday, and the suspense/thrillers reads, I have decided to read and review one to two music titles a month. I feel this will help keep me out of heavy book slumps, but also broaden my insight on a topic I am passionate about. Also, I have way…