Posted in 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 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.

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Posted in Books

Bookish Christmas Book Tag

Happy Hanukkah, merry Boxing Day, blessed Yule, and joyful Kwanzaa.

Would you believe I got BOOKS for Christmas yesterday?

Two of them might be going in my Top Ten Books of 2019! IT’S WILD.

Emer did this excellent Christmas tag that I’m using to wrap up my winter holiday.

Enjoy your new books and leftover macaroni.
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Posted in Books

Knights of the Round Tag

How far will I go to avoid working on my WIP?

Well, Cori McCarthy tweeted a fan-created video book tag inspired by their book.

As you might recall, McCarthy and their fiancee Amy Rose Capetta wrote a genderbent Arthurian space book that none of you liked but I enjoyed.

Once and Future
Remember?

I had to do the tag, obviously, even though I only wrote 600 words for NaNo yesterday.

Worry not – I have a Pasta Feast + Catch-up Writing Marathon scheduled tomorrow.

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