Crazy Stupid Bromance Review

I finally finished Crazy, Stupid Bromance by Lyssa Kay Adams. It was just as good as the first 2 books! This one was about the love story between Noah and Alexis.

Lyssa writes with such voice in her books; it’s hard not to visualize everything as a movie while you’re reading it. Seriously, from the posture of a person, to the small details of what was in their hand, she nails it all. Narrating the book from an omniscient point of view is genius, and I loved that about the first 2 books.

The book is a mixture of good storyline, action, drama, romance, and comedy. It was really, really hard to put it down after getting about 100 pages in. Not that the first few pages weren’t great, it was just damn near impossible at that point after to stop. I mean, I was taking the book with me to the restroom instead of my cell phone!

The way Lyssa develops each character is both witty and insightful. You connect with the characters through every book, building a deeper longing for them to get a win and learn something from their journeys. This book was nothing short of awesome, and I’d be happy to read it again. I’m looking forward to the fourth book, Isn’t It Bromantic!

Bringing Back The Music

Confession:
I haven’t been making music nearly as much as I used to. In fact, music’s role in my life has been diminished to Spotify listening and watching The Voice.

[hopefully you watch The Voice and feel me on that one]

It’s a shitty thing to have to admit that something you’re so-called passionate about is actually an afterthought most of the day. I mean, that’s not to say that I don’t think about music a lot or want to create it and get involved again; it’s just not at the top of my list of priorities.

Like, I really really hate even saying…writing that outloud.

I have just had to focus my time and energy to other things like work and taking care of kids, other family things, side business things, working out, etc.

But all that shit is about to change.

I’ve got my handy dandy habit tracker ready, and I’m going to bring back the music in my life by creating or writing about music at least 15 minutes a day. I’m sure it’ll end up being longer than that, but I want to make sure I can at least devote 15 minutes to music a day.

Wish me luck; I might drop an album or something by the end of the year hahaha just kidding.

But I’m hoping to blog more about music and write or produce some songs for fun.

And if you’re having trouble with staying on track or starting a new habit and what to do the same as me, just Google “free habit tracker” and get’er done.