Music

Taylor Swift – 2014 – 2020 (The Blue Album)

WE'RE BACK FOR TAYLOR'S GREATEST HITS FROM 2014-2020! This post was much harder to write than the previous. Taylor put out SO MUCH GOOD MUSIC during this period! TOO MUCH, even! I should mention the ground rules I laid out but didn't mention in my last post: I avoided covers and songs where Taylor only… Continue reading Taylor Swift – 2014 – 2020 (The Blue Album)

Books, Music

What if I redid the folklore book tag? (folklore book tag round three)

Oh nooooooo, am I doing the folklore book tag again? Jenna @Bookmark Your Thoughts tagged me and I am therefore compelled. (Thank you for tagging me, Jenna! It's a super fun tag!) I WILL NOT BE STOPPED. The Rules Link to the original creator: Ilsa @ A Whisper Of InkTag at least 3 people.Declare the rules… Continue reading What if I redid the folklore book tag? (folklore book tag round three)

Books, Music

foklore book tag

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! the 1 a book you grew out of The Matched series by Ally Condie was, for me, Baby's First Dystopian Sci-Fi. I loved the world, the premise, everything about… Continue reading foklore book tag

Books, Music

folklore book tag: round one

More music book tags! More music book tags! Ilsa created this wonderful folklore-inspired book tag that I loved ALMOST as much as I loved Taylor's new album. It's the best. Let's get to it. RULES Link to the original creator: Ilsa @ A Whisper Of InkTag at least 3 people.Declare the rules and list of prompts… Continue reading folklore book tag: round one

Music

folklore is my favorite: an album dissection

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… Continue reading folklore is my favorite: an album dissection