I found another folklore book tag, this one created by Star is All Booked Up.
I tried to diversify my answers – not sure I succeeded!Continue reading “foklore book tag”
More music book tags! More music book tags!Continue reading “folklore book tag: round one”
Back at it with book tags because this is where my brain is at.
I’ve listened to Taylor Swift’s folklore close to two dozen times since its release.
And, yes, despite my big research project not too long ago, my beloved reputation has been ousted by newcomer folklore.
Folk is a very natural fit for Taylor Swift’s vocal stylings – I’m surprised no one thought to explore this pairing sooner.
folklore feels more vulnerable than past albums. It ups the yearning quotient to levels we haven’t seen since “You Belong With Me” and includes plenty of POTENTIALLY QUEER CONTENT. (Yes, I know what Taylor said about “betty.” She is wrong.)
I wanted to talk about each track individually because, even after a month, I can’t stop thinking about them.Continue reading “folklore is my favorite: an album dissection”
Taylor swift is dropping a surprise album tonight and my coworker knew about it before I did. Continue reading “What we know about Taylor Swift’s surprise album”
You know those super-casual Taylor Swift fans who listen to Lover on loop and add tracks from reputation to every playlist?
That’s the type of fan I was before Netflix released Miss Americana.
I’m in Spokane for a second family Christmas; right now I’m watching Hallmark Christmas movies with my brother’s dogs and my sick dad.
(My dad is doing yoga and calling the dogs “Chocky.” I don’t know why.)
Without you, how could I write fiction?
I’ve done this tag before, but Emer tagged me a second time and I DON’T WANT TO WORK ON MY DRAFT. Continue reading “OMG This Song Book Tag: Round 2”