Take 2: A New Schedule…Starting with LOVE OF THE WEEK

You know, I feel like I say this a lot…but I have really been failing at posting on here. Shame on me.

I got to thinking about this over the last few weeks and I realized that really the only time I’ve posted on here regularly, and not failed, was when I did the Thirty Letters, Thirty Days exercise.

So this leads me to…I’m creating a schedule for myself. Maybe if I have a specific topic to post on Mondays-Fridays, I’ll actually…oh, I don’t know…post. Not everything is going to be writing-related. In fact, as I have the schedule now, only two days a week will be related to what’s going on in my writing life. Which I think will be good, especially since I now post over at Fiction Flurry, which is the blog for the writers group I’ve been active in over the last few months.

So this is the inaugural post of my shiny new schedule. Hopefully this works out well for everyone, because I really do want to post on here more regularly.


It was going to be “Obsession of the Week,” but somehow that sounded…I don’t know…too intense? Because some things I love I’m not obsessed with. This week’s love I am, but that doesn’t mean it’ll hold true other weeks.

Why did I choose Love of the Week for Monday? Mostly because I despise Mondays. They make me tired and upset and, on rainy Mondays like today, not very much of a people person. The only redeeming quality of Monday is that I have dance class in the evenings. And Castle‘s on. That’s it. Other than that…nope, I hate Mondays. So, with that, I give you the very first Love of the Week. And it’s…



That’s right. I’ve gotten into wizard rock. I partly blame this on my being a Harry Potter Alliance staffer and I also partly blame it on my horrible habit of randomly surfing through YouTube. Whatever you want to point fingers at, I found a couple videos of this band on YouTube and watched them.

I fell in love.

I bought and downloaded three of their albums from iTunes.

I’ve pretty much spent the last few working days listening to MoM music. Mostly because it makes me happy, keeps me awake, and allows me to tune out whatever’s going on around me that I don’t want to listen to. And if that’s not the mark of awesome music, then I don’t know what is.