Monthly Archives: January 2012
This post could really be about ANY James Brown song. This isn’t even the kind of music I write to. This is music I want to live to.
Last week, I mentioned my unusual taste in writing music. This week, I inflict it on you.
I’m taking a bit of a divergence from the Music Monday format to discuss an interview I read with the CEO of Hyperion Publishing, Ellen Archer, which you can find linked here for your convenience.
If you’re creative, chances are you’ve gotten burned out on your art at some point or another. For me, it was the post-NaNo doldrums, and having lost my job in the same month. Sucks, I know – you go from … Continue reading
I’ve got a simple challenge for you: listen to the song after the cut, and tell me you don’t think it’s perfect for a crime story. It’s okay. I’ll wait.