Blanco White started as the solo project of Londoner Josh Edwards in 2014. After studying guitar in Cádiz (Spain), and later the Andean instrument the charango in Sucre (Bolivia), Edwards’ aim was to begin bringing together elements of Andalusian and Latin American music alongside influences closer to home.
Today’s Music Muse is from Harry Keyworth. I have not been able to find Lyrics for Flux, and I could have listened to the song over and over again. (Which would be no hardship) to try and decipher. But alas, I have writing that needs to get done… But I will provide the music and album cover, and tell you this is an amazing song! It’s been my driving force as I worked on revisions for Until Her. But here is what I do know about this amazing artist. His voice, man that voice! Hypnotizing! I hope you will give it a listen and enjoy!
This song is delicate in a way that it’s too perfect and took me under a wave of imagination. I’ sharing it today, because it’s relevant to the project, Author M.L Olson and I are working on. We will be penning the new series under Chelle Eden. No secrets and no surprises there, just to make it easier to market under the one Author name. But back to this amazing song by Sea Oleena. It’s magical. When listening to the song the perfect scene came into picture for a somewhat intimate yet awkward realization if you will for Madison Cape (Madi). I hope you enjoy the music. Close your eyes when you first listen, then open your eyes, and listen again. This time with the lyrics.
Trying something a little different with Music Muse Monday, and I hope it’s well received. Today’s Muse is for a project that I won’t even get to start until beginning of next year, but its part of the Stories from Beauville Series. Some of you know that next up is India and Rudy. And although this song, is in some ways similar to the end game of their relationship, it’s going to take a lot of those two to get there. But I hope you can at least appreciate the words of the song, as well as the melody itself. It all plays a part in their story, but at the same time, don’t let the words fool you. Sometimes when I write to songs in particular that have to do with my story, it never matches what the songs lyrics say. It the mood and the music itself. The carefully placed notes, that move my pen, or fingers into story mode. What you end up getting at the end, is an eclectic number of songs strung together to help me make the story what I need it to be. (Just want to throw that out there.) I know it sounds weird, but have you ever listened to a song, and actually have seen a story or image appear in your head that has nothing to do with what the artist is actually singing about? No? Well, it happens to me all the damn time. Anyway, here is the album cover and the lyrics are embedded below.
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Dumped by her boyfriend of three years just a few days before their anniversary and planned trip to an island paradise, a place where fantasies come true—a resort called Indulgences--Zoraida Lemes is forced to do a little soul searching, and what she discovers is not what she expected. Especially when her best friend from childhood, Mateo Vargas, expresses an interest in being more than just friends.
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As a woman in a man’s world, firefighter, Abrihet has always had to push just a little bit harder, prove just a little bit more. But her special gifts don’t make that any easier. Fire isn’t something she fights, it’s something she controls. And that’s a secret that she doesn’t want getting out. However, when a routine rescue goes south quickly, and Abrihet is literally pulled from the flames into hell, she has no choice but to accept the hand she’s been dealt. More info →
Special Agent Jada Alexander has a great life working for the ATF’s S.E.E.K. unit, but she wishes her nights were filled with more than just Netflix marathons with her fur babies. She yearns for companionship, and while her quirks and fandoms keep her utterly entertained, it’s not the same as having someone to come home to.
When a blast from her past comes back into Jada’s life, she’s thrown for a loop, especially when both Dali and Poe act nothing like the dog and cat she’s come to know and love. They immediately accept the irresistible Nicklaus, and she begins to wonder if she has found her soul mate, her very own Viking god to warm her dark nights. More info →
There is always a light at the end of every dark tunnel. But who ever analyzes the journey to get there? There are doors leading to different outcomes, Windows slightly ajar, offering other paths, and cracks in the wall alluding to the outer arena called life. More info →