Flawless Friday Video: Ruth Blake

My kids aren’t in the mood for a dance-off yet. Have you seen the video for “Brave Ships” by Ruth Blake? I appreciate the dancing and the dancing apparel. It would be a good warm-up song if anyone needs to practice their freestyle dance moves. Mama is gonna be ready for the dance-off. Connect withContinue reading “Flawless Friday Video: Ruth Blake”

Quarantine Interview, Part 1: Esteban

We all probably know Esteban, the world-famous guitarist. I’d like to introduce you to a completely different Esteban. Please welcome Esteban of Derby in England. They call their style “desert funk.” I’m not sure if I know what desert funk is but I could get behind the idea. It’s probably better than dessert funk, whichContinue reading “Quarantine Interview, Part 1: Esteban”

Artist’s Studio: Immortal Nerd

Once upon a time – November 19, 2016 to be exact – one of my children and I went to a show in person with actual people. Collage artist Immortal Nerd aka P. Tha Nerd was there. We bought two pieces of art – Batman and Robin. It’s always been in the plan to buyContinue reading “Artist’s Studio: Immortal Nerd”

Meet and Greet: Chelle

Who: Chelle of Toronto, Ontario What: So far, she has been recording pop/R & B. The sky is the limit though. Chelle can record whatever genre that she wants. Well, maybe. I don’t know about industrial metal would be the right fit. Who knows? Anything is possible I guess. Why: You know, when you areContinue reading “Meet and Greet: Chelle”

Sleep Deprived Music Review: Mariee Sioux

In June 2019, Mariee Sioux released her third album, Grief in Exile. The album is haunting and powerful. The impression that I take away is that we can be sad and in control. Eventually, we can put our own depression back on the shelf. Her voice sounds like Joan Baez. Sioux doesn’t sound exactly likeContinue reading “Sleep Deprived Music Review: Mariee Sioux”

10 Books on the #alreadyread list: Part 17

Apparently, we are at the Toni Morrison and Edgar Allan Poe segment of the #alreadyread list. I highly recommend Morrison and Poe. I think I have read more books by Toni Morrison that are not listed – The Bluest Eye and Paradise. If you read everything that Morrison and Poe have ever written, it willContinue reading “10 Books on the #alreadyread list: Part 17”

The Unadjusteds: #bookreview

How many times a day do you wish that you had a supernatural power like telekinesis or flying with your own wings? Some of us might be satisfied to have the ability to help our kids with their math homework. Doing math is like a super power all by itself. Silver Melody is like aContinue reading “The Unadjusteds: #bookreview”

The Diamond Rose: #bookreview

Boston resident Amanda Griffith had just graduated from medical school and beginning her residency. While on vacation, she and her friend, Lydia, were struck by a solar flare. The solar flare gave them both supernatural powers. Both women are flown to Prague from their beach vacation in Panama. Within 48 hours, Amanda and Lydia areContinue reading “The Diamond Rose: #bookreview”

Quarantine Interview, Part 1: Leaving Eden

Do you ever get that feeling that people can read your mind? It’s like – do they know about reviews that are in the unpublished section? Does someone already know that I am a fan of Leaving Eden? Well, regardless of who is a sorcerer/mind-reader or not – please welcome Eric Gynan of Leaving EdenContinue reading “Quarantine Interview, Part 1: Leaving Eden”

Artist’s Studio: Mel Stringer

A few weeks ago, I found an artist that I wanted to tell you about and give you the links. Do you think that I wrote her name down or saved the links somewhere? Of course I did not because that would be incredibly easy. So I was bummed that my memory failed. But thenContinue reading “Artist’s Studio: Mel Stringer”

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