Music Monday 1.5: I was caught in…

This meme was created by Drew @ The Tattooed Book Geek. You pick a song you really like and share it on, you guessed it, Monday.

I discovered Australian band The Paper Kites last year. Where have they been all my life? They fall under alternative/indie rock but for me they fall into the “best bands to listen to when driving at night” category. They provided a lot of stress relief when I needed it most. In March, they released a new album, Roses. Rather than sharing my favorite song, “Don’t Keep Driving” (kind of funny considering the category they fall into for me…hehehe), I thought I’d share the song I listen to most from the new album. “Crossfire” is a soulful ballad that features Amanda Bergman. Here’s an article about the album from Broadway World.

Could I be one for you? / If you’re the one for me

The Knockout Rule caught me by surprise, and I loved it. I have so many highlights throughout the book because I loved the poetry that flowed freely from Eric. I liked the chemistry between the two leads, even if it was first fueled by lust. They’re both attracted to each other but there are different barriers in the way so it fits well that the leads feel their connection but are unsure of how the other feels. (Review)

Music Monday 1.2: I see you calling…

This meme was created by Drew @ The Tattooed Book Geek. You pick a song you really like and share it on, you guessed it, Monday.

I’ve liked a few things from Marshmello but the Jonas Brothers have never really hit the mark for me…until now. Who knew I would like this collaboration so much? Certainly not me. This is the first track of my summer playlist. I’ve had this one on repeat for a while. It’s a fun bop with an 80’s beat. The beginning actually sounds a little like it samples Barry Manilow’s Smile.

A CO-AUTHORED BOOK I LiKED

The pairing could have gone a few ways but I wanted to highlight a co-authored book I liked. M.A. Carrick is the penname for Marie Brennan and Alyc Helms. Individuals who met on an archaeological dig and have remained friends for over two decades. The Mask of Mirrors is a tome at over 600 pages but it’s well worth the read if you’re a fan of fake identities and political intrigue. (Review)