Music Muse Monday: Flux by Harry Keyworth

Music Muse Monday: Flux by Harry Keyworth

Harry Keyworth

Harry Keyworth

Singer, Songwriter

Harry is a genius when it comes to his music. You don’t want to miss out on this songwriter. His music is all consuming. Don’t miss out. Check out his website here:

Another track from my Dire Cravings playlist. I will let you all in on a little secret. Not every song in my playlist reflects the story. (Just in case you wondered). Anyway, Harry, oh Harry, how you sing your songs…

I’ve been listening to him for a while, and yes, I know that’s only two albums worth, and hopefully one in the making. But what can I say, I’m a die-hard fan. Very few Artist hold that title. Like I can count them on five fingers. So it says something to me when I have Mr. Keyworth in that lot. Take a listen to flux, I listened a lot while writing Dire.

Tuesday’s Treat: Wicked Me by Lindsey Loucks

Tuesday’s Treat: Wicked Me by Lindsey Loucks

#WickedMe

He was too dangerous, made me feel too much, as if I were some life-sustaining thing to be worshipped. Wanted. Needed. Craved. – Paige, #WickedMe#KindleUnlimited

Power, corruption, revenge… Falling in love sure is hard.

Nothing will come between book-lover Paige Sullivan and her dream library internship. That includes her new roommate, the panty annihilator known as Sam Cleary. But a man from Paige’s past reappears with a secret agenda and puts everything at risk, including her growing feelings for Sam.

Blackmailed to protect his family, Sam Cleary is in way over his head. But when his childhood crush becomes his new roommate, old feelings are rekindled, even as his family’s secrets begin to unravel

Music Muse Monday: Heartbreak: Sinking by Ta-Ku

Music Muse Monday: Heartbreak: Sinking by Ta-Ku

Ta-Ku

Ta-Ku

Multi-disciplinary Artist

Ta-ku is a multi-disciplinary artist from Perth, Australia. Haven risen to prominence as one of the worlds most in-demand beatmakers, he has found himself curator of a rapidly expanding creative empire. This storytelling gene is key. Once reserved as currency for his music, Ta-ku now applies it to a diverse range of passion projects that encompass creative direction, photography, videography, design, business and fashion. Website:   

2nd Music Muse Monday of the Year, and I have to say, that this song right here is amazing. You have to watch the video. This man is trying to save his loved one, and the way he goes about it is stellar. It almost reminds me of Blue and Olivia with all the things they went through. There was some time travel, but not in the sense as this video portrays. But it’s a great song, and it made the Dire Cravings Playlist. I’ll be digging back into edits again this month so that I’m more than ready for release day come Feb 28th!

I hope you enjoy the song and the video would love to know your thoughts!

Wednesday Weekly

Wednesday Weekly

It’s day 3 of the New Year, and I’m actually writing this on Monday. (I can see into the future) The goal is to have completed most of my goals if not all, by midweek. Freeing up time to do other things, like write, binge watch some Netflix. Drink tea, or just read a book.

Sunday, I finished edits on Dire Cravings and was uber excited. I sent ARC’s out on Monday (Today). I set up my calendar for 2018 (The first week anyway) for January.

I did not drink tea, but I’m hoping by the time this posts, I will have.

I did watch two episodes of Dark. Not really binge-watching, but close enough.  Really, I want to focus more on writing more and making each word count. So lets see how this first week of 2018 works out for me.

Does anyone else plan? If so, what’s your biggest goal you want to accomplish this week?

Happy Hump Day!

Tuesday’s Treats: Southern Recipe: Smooth Sweet Tea with a kick….

Tuesday’s Treats: Southern Recipe: Smooth Sweet Tea with a kick….

Ingredients Needed:

2 Cups Boiling Water

6-10 Tea Bags (Depends on the strength)

6 Cups of Cool Water

3/4 of White Sugar or you can substitute with honey ( I prefer Honey)

1 Lemon

2-3  Mint Leaves

1/2 Cup of  Kentucky Bourbon

Prep time 5 |Mins Cook Time 15 mins| Ready in 3 Hours

Grab your favorite tea pitcher and get ready for some sweet tea but with a nice kick!

Boil your two cups of water make sure whichever pitcher you use won’t melt!  Pour your water into the pitcher, and then add your tea bags. You need to let the tea steep for 15 mins. If you’re a tea connoisseur and you prefer loose leaf, be sure to have a strainer that can hold your tea while you let it steep. (Cover while steeping)

Once its steep you should have a nice rich color for your tea. Pour in the cold water, squeeze in your one lemon. (Unless you prefer to use as garnish) Then add your sugar/and or honey, along with your half of cup of bourbon.

I like to add my mint leaves after I’ve let it sit in the fridge for 3 hours. But its totally up to you!

If you like this recipe, let me hear all about it! Post a picture and tag me in it! Would love to see how your tea with a twist comes out!