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If I Never Knew you: Disney’s Forgotten Song
I did a podcast episode for my show The Screen Queen that covered the animated film, Pocahontas. During that time of revisiting one of the major movie loves of my life, I got to elaborate on the lost piece of Disney history.
Did Junji Ito: Maniac Hold Up the Horror?
I just finished Junji Ito: Maniac (Tales of the Macabre). The sporadic short stories that were chosen made a good decision to show the other stories that Ito is known for. People have already been ruined by the collection series and knew there was no way to look back but to look forward to what could be done to the other stories.
Four Playlist Ideas For You
Creating a playlist is like sculpting a statue. It’s something that you created something personal to you and has your staple of what defines you. Making a playlist for yourself or someone else is the most personal way to learn about someone else's taste in music. But how often do you think about going a little bit farther in creating a playlist? There are driving playlists, "getting ready" playlists, and songs for the broken heart playlists.
Methods Of Book Promoting: Volume 2
Going into a new year there's a big change for the marketing game for authors. The marketing game is tricky with the algorithm changing faster than the slot machines at Casinos. It's not like you wanna make videos or posts saying "BUY MY BOOK PLEASE!" because of the respect for the audience to get to your book on their own. This is a list to help that person find your book or weed out the meshpool of book lovers to get the exact audience you need.
A Playlist For The Heartbreak
This list is a mishmash of songs for those that go through different heartbreaks. No matter how it happened, whether it ended for you in a blindsided way you or you had to be the one to end it. The pain is still there because you shared time with that person. You thought you would be together with them.
5 Underrated Songs That Make You Feel The Cold
The cold is an easy thing to talk about but in song form, it can be one of the most powerful topics to put in a poetic way. There are songs that feel cliched because they use the idea of the cold with just the ambiance, but these songs push the idea about the cold further with emotional weight to it. If you're looking for a song that emphasizes the cold weather, this is a mishmash of songs that has one of everything that you're looking for.
Why Muse's Undisclosed Desires is an Underrated Love Song
Muse has undoubtedly made an impact on the music world in the past two decades. They showed us how far someone can take obsession can go with Hysteria. Time Is Running Out became the anthem of escaping the confinement of any situation or relationship.
Top 4 Underrated Michael Jackson songs
Michael Jackson was one of the first musicians I listened to before I even knew it was Michael Jackson. My first introduction to him was on Rockin With The Chipmunks, two of his songs were included to showcase the 1980s. I would watch that VHS tape over and over during my stays at the hospital when I had leukemia as a tot. I never knew how much I enjoyed Michael Jackson's songs as a toddler when my grandmother would tell me I would dance around despite the wires on me.
Top 5 Songs For Worldbuilding
When you create a world for your readers, there are some questions to ask yourself. How does this world work? How do people exist in this world? What is the ambiance of this world? Creating a world that you are writing to present to a reader can be amazing. To show the world you want to see exist with the other fantastic worlds. But there are little pieces that can be tricky with how the characters exist in that world. I can defiantly tell you the best way to create the world is by listening to music. Music puts you in that world from the lyrics and the beat. It's like making a movie in your head.
Top 4 Underrated Pet Shop Boys Songs
The first time I listened to Pet Shop Boys, I was 11 years old and I was in the Chick Fil A parking lot waiting for my mom to come out of the restaurant. I was going through the songs on my old blue MP3 player. My mother had put some songs on my MP3 player on a whim, most of the time I skipped them to the other songs I knew. But I decided to give it a shot and see what the song West End Girls was like. That song became a late-night lullaby for me. that is one of the songs that changed the way I listen to music. Years later, I decided to indulge in the album and expand to other songs from The Pet Shop Boys.