REVIEW: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Book Title: The Silent Patient Author: Alex Michaelides Series: None Genres: Thriller, Mystery, Fiction Published: February 5th 2019 by Celadon Books REVIEW: Alicia Berenson is condemned to a psychiatric unit for the murder of her husband in a murder–suicide attempt.  Much attention is focused on Alicia as she has remained silent since the fatal incident. Six years later,…

Music Monday! Weezer – High As A Kite

When I heard the first single off Weezer’s new album, I was kinda turned off by their new sound. BUT then I heard “High As A Kite” and I am all for Mister Rivers’ Neighborhood! This tune is more inline with Weezer’s discography that I have always loved and this song will definitely go down…

Music Monday! 311 – From Chaos

HAPPY 311 DAY! It’s one of my favorite days of the year and no surprise today’s Music Monday is in honor of one of my all time favorite bands. This one goes out to the catty rude people that just suck. Peace! From chaos comes clarity, I tell ya What you appear to be, you…

REVIEW: Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Book Title: Daisy Jones & The Six Author: Taylor Jenkins Reid Series: None Genres: Historical Fiction Published: March 5th 2019 by Ballantine Books REVIEW: Jumping into the fictional world of Daisy Jones & The Six was an emotional roller coaster ride I was not prepared for. Written to portray the good times and bad times…

Music Monday! Bad Religion – My Sanity

Although this song released as a stand-alone single in 2018, it will be the second track on Bad Religion’s upcoming album, Age of Unreason.  I’m digging the melody and the bouncy punk riffs of  “My Sanity.” Brett Gurewitz explained this track as, “…a song about what it feels like to live in a world gone…

March – Whats On My Shelf?

OK, seriously guys, not to sound like a cliche, but time is passing far too quickly. It’s already March, and I’m panicking at the thought what my little guy will be three in just a few short months! At least I have some solid reads to ease my mind, so let’s take a look at…