Dear readers, visitors, musicians and music lovers, Time has come to officially announce what you probably already noticed: the blog is on hiatus. Will it be temporary or not, I … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Script Bible:
Support acts generally have a tough job. They’ve gotta entertain a crowd that can’t wait for them to leave the stage so that the…
A little late but technically still April so here we go, let’s talk about the biggest Irish band ever.
It’ll be way (way way way) down the line but planning can’t be early enough, right? Here’s the thing: I would love to make a regular podcast. I’ve tried it … Continue reading
Do you remember when Birdy was younger than she is now (and I believe she’s still under 20), recording herself playing her piano and singing her song?
The story is about two farming families in the countryside of New Zealand, the families of two brothers. I have never read a book about New Zealand so I was … Continue reading
The RockAteers have two EP’s on Amazon and Spotify, great music and lots of fans but you’ll never see them play live in a venue near you. Created by Jamie … Continue reading
Reading diary 2016 Take an interesting and modern girl, put her into a society she doesn’t fit and wash her uniqueness until she’s bland enough for the man to be … Continue reading
I feel music deprived these days. Even though I’ve got the most important albums (all 40 or so of them) on my wee netbook and phone, I’m cut off from … Continue reading
Originally posted on Interesting Literature:
The best poems about bad weather ‘Weather and rain have undone it again’: so Rudyard Kipling wrote in his poem ‘The Way through the Woods’.…
This week’s shoutout goes to Damyanti, who is one of the most generous and most present bloggers I know.
(Yeah, another series kick-off. Don’t ask me why, I seem to find those on my kindle recently!) Full disclosure, I loooove urban fantasy. I find it exciting to consider the … Continue reading