Dec 31, 2012

Reading Challenges

I know I've been pretty MIA lately on the blog but things will get back to normal by the end of January. I'd say sooner but finals will be coming up soon and that needs to come first before reading any good books. There should be plenty of reviews getting posted in the new year after that though! Today I'll be rounding up all my reading challenges of 2012 that I decided to do.  I didn't exactly read a 100 books like I intended but...there's always 2013 to do that right? :)




TBR Reading Challenge:

1. Where She Went by Gayle Forman
2. Unearthly by Cynthia Hand
3. The Calling by Kelley Armstrong
4. Hallowed by Cynthia Hand
5. So Much Closer by Susane Colasanti
6. The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater
7. Last Breath by Rachel Caine
8. Desires of The Dead by Kimberly Derting
9. Chopsticks by Jessica Anthony
10. Such A Rush by Jennifer Echols
11. The Last Echo by Kimberly Derting
12. Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson
13. Easy by Tammara Webber
14. Not That Kind Of Girl by Siobhan Vivian
15. The List by Siobhan Vivian

Not only did I complete my goal for this reading challenge but I went over 5 books! I loved this reading challenge since it pushed me to finally read books that have been sitting on my bookcase for far to long. I enjoyed every single one of these books that I read for this challenge. I think almost every one got 4 out 5 birds in my reviews!



 Re-Reading 2012 Challenge:

1. Just Listen by Sarah Dessen
2.The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han
3. Its Not Summer Without you by Jenny Han
4. We'll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han

5. In or Out by Claudia Gabel
6. Loves me, Loves me not by Claudia Gabel
7. Sweet and Vicious by Claudia Gabel
8. Friends close, Enemies closer by Claudia Gabel
9. The Body Finder by Kimberly Derting

10. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
11. The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson
12. The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen
13. The Gathering by Kelley Armstrong 

I didn't read all the books in this challenge like I intended but for the ones that I did re-read those being the ones in bold I did enjoy getting to re-read. I wish I could have gotten to Sarah Dessen's books because her books are awesome and I love getting to read them all over again.


100 books read in 2012:

1. Where She Went by Gayle Forman
2. The Lure of Shapinsay by Krista Holle
3. The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han
4. Its Not Summer Without You by Jenny Han
5. We'll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han
6. In or Out by Claudia Gabel
7. Loves me, Loves me not by Claudia Gabel
8. A Place In This Life by Julie Duck
9. Unearthly by Cynthia Hand
10. The Gathering by Kelley Armstrong
11. The Calling by Kelley Armstrong
12. Hallowed by Cynthia Hand
13. Sweet and Vicious by Claudia Gabel
14. Friends Close, Enemies Closer by Claudia Gabel
15. So Much Closer by Susane Colasanti
16. The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater
17. Last Breath by Rachel Caine
18. The Immoral Rules by Julie Kagawa
19. Summer Of The Wolves by Lisa Williams Klin
20. Unbreak My Heart by Melissa Walker
21. Dead Time by Anne Cassidy
22. Don't You Wish by Roxanne St. Claire
23. The Unquiet by Jeanine Garsee
24. Blood Song by Rhiannon Hart
25.Chopsticks by Jessica Anthony
26. Intangible by J. Meyers
27. Candid by Michelle Pennington
28. Temptation by Karen Ann Hopkins
29. Pushing The Limits by Katie McGarry
30. Flicker by Kaye Thronbrugh
31. The Golden Lily by Richelle Mead
32. Such A Rush by Jennifer Echols
33. Before I Wake by Rachel Vincent
34. Red Heart Tattoo by Lurlene McDainel
35. Fractured Light by Rachel McClellan
36. Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Mass
37. Confessions of an Angry Girl by Louise Rozett
38. Defy The Stars by Stephanie Parent
39. The Body Finder by Kimberly Derting
40. Desires of the Dead by Kimberly Derting
41. The Last Echo by Kimberly Derting
42. Scary School by Derek The Ghost
43. My Favorite Mistake by Chelsea C. Cameron
44. Fractured Soul by Rachel McClellan
45. Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson
46. Easy by Tammara Webber
47. Not That Kind Of Girl by Siobhan Vivian
48. The List by Siobhan Vivian
49. Vaempires: White Christmas by Thomas Winship
50. Vaempires Evolution by Thomas Winship
51. Remembrance by Michelle Madow


Yeah...this reading challenge I wasn't even close to hitting. But I'm gonna try again next year and read some great books! I enjoyed all of the books I've read this year. A lot have become some new favorites and I've come to find new authors who I really love. So even though I didn't quite make it on my goals I did get to read some great books. Hope everyone has a happy new year!

How did your reading challenges go? Let me know in the comments!


Dec 21, 2012

Song Of The Week

I haven't been listening to much music this week but on Wednesday I heard a Christmas song that I can't get out of my head. Since Christmas is in four days I figured it would be the perfect song to feature this week.

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen/We Three Kings by Bare Naked Ladies ft. Sarah McLachlan:


Mainly the only reason this song won't get out of my head is because of the part that Sarah McLachlan sings. I love her voice and in this song it sounds so good!

What song is stuck in your head this week? Let me know in the comments! :)


Dec 20, 2012

Random Ramblings

Well, today isn't going to be a normal Random Ramblings post. Friday Chubbers had to be put to sleep. It's really hard losing a pet because they become such a big part of the family and he was such a great cat. He was such a sweetheart and just the definition of what someone would want. I honestly don't know what to say in this post, but since Chubbers was a Mascot I felt I should make this post. I also felt since I do have one last recent picture of him I would title it Random Ramblings so there is one last post like this featuring him in it.


I was reading Remembrance and happened to get up and he stole my spot...which he was famous for doing. He looked so cute I had to take a picture. Adorable right? I know we all will miss him a lot since he's been apart of my family for what seems like forever. Ness isn't sure what is going on. It's obvious its bothering him. As for Rue she didn't know him well enough to really miss him. But when we first got her she was all about snuggling up to him.


He wasn't to thrilled about her deciding to snuggle in his chub but they stayed like this for a good couple minutes before Lucky decided he was done snuggling with the newbie who already made it clear she was going to be boss of the house. She's a girl that's for sure.


Yep. Not exactly cheerful talking about a pet that passed. But it's a lot less sad than I thought it was going to be when I first sat down to type it up. I originally was going to post this on Sunday and keep it short but I just couldn't figure out exactly what I wanted to say. And now as I'm typing all these memories of him are flooding in and my fingers won't stop.


My mom was really hoping he'd make it until Christmas since it's his favorite--we all were. He was a trooper though and pulled through when we thought we were going to lose him a couple months ago. It's tough to because it's so close to Christmas and he won't be here. He loved to lay in the wrapping paper and just get all up in the Christmas cheer.


God, he was such a good cat. He was the kind of cat that dealt with crap that some cats would not tolerate. He's gone through me dressing him up as a kid, me coloring him with chalk. I honestly don't have any recollection of these events but my mom has told me about them and Lucky was just purring away as I made him all colorful. Which doesn't surprise me since he was just generally a happy cat. He dealt with my littler sister who liked to put crowns on him, plastic Easter eggs to turn him into a dinosaur.


 Look at that face? He  didn't have a care in the world. The cat was a trooper. He tolerated this rascal for goodness sakes.


That expression says it all. Why is this punk bothering me? Ness terrorized Lucky and now he's learned what that's like with Rue in the house. She likes to tackle the crap out of Ness. She's a tough  one. It's definitely weird not having him here. I'm just glad he made it as long as he did.

I'm gonna miss him. We all will. I mean how could you not miss a face like that? :(








Dec 17, 2012

Reawakened Blog Tour: Excerpt + Guest Post


 Today I'll be sharing an excerpt from ReAwakened with you guys as I'm taking part of the blog tour being hosted by the wonderful Jessirae over at Words, Pages and Books! You can follow the full tour here.


Excerpt from ReAwakened:


My two-story fall was cushioned by a sturdy, muscular torso. The owner of the muscles—a vampire, I realized—groaned as I landed on top of him, forcing him into the muddy ground. I reached for my dagger, but he was quicker. He slipped out from underneath me, flipping me over in the process so that he was quickly astride me. His firm body pressed tightly against mine as his hands pinned my wrists to either side of my head. As a bolt of lightning struck a nearby tree, I was greeted by a mischievous smirk dancing across perfectly-shaped full lips.

“Quite feisty, aren’t you?” he chuckled, bending forward to examine me. Deep, charcoal eyes overflowed with amusement.

He was actually enjoying this.

“I don’t wanna hurt you,” he whispered in a deep, throaty voice. “I’m gonna release you now. Don’t do anything stupid.”

He lifted his arm, removing his right hand from my left wrist. The moment I felt some freedom, I leaped forward, attempting a left hook at his jaw. He blocked my hand, once again pushing it toward the ground.

“I said I wasn’t going to hurt you!” he growled, pinning me even further into the soft, wet earth.

“But I never said that I wouldn’t hurt you!” I snapped.

He brought his face toward mine. “I’d like to see you try,” he whispered.

Challenge accepted.

Now I just had to find a way out of the vampire’s tight grasp. I raised my head—the only part of me that wasn’t restrained by his body—inching my lips closer to his. He tensed for a moment, his eyes searching mine, as if surprised by my sudden change in behavior. Drops of rainwater slid down his chiseled jaw, pausing briefly on his lips before they plummeted down to mine. Then, a slow, smug smile spread across his face. I felt his body relax and he leaned even closer. His breath caressed my skin as his lips drew near.

It was exactly what I needed. Summoning all my strength, I twisted my hips to the side, shooting them up and out, then launching my legs off the ground. Thrown off-balance, my captor groaned and released one of my arms to brace for the fall, giving me the chance to free my dagger. In one smooth move I was quickly behind him, securing him in a headlock with the blade of my weapon aimed directly at his heart.

“Who are you?” I demanded when I was certain he couldn’t escape my grip.

“I’m a twenty-four-year-old Taurus who enjoys long walks on the beach.” Even though I couldn’t see his face, I could feel his arrogant grin.

“You have ten seconds to explain yourself,” I ordered. “Or I’m really going to hurt you.”

“Oh, come on! Can’t we get back to the kissing? You can’t tease a guy like that.”

“Ten, nine…” I pressed the dagger deeper into him, nicking the leather of his jacket.

“Hey! Watch it!”

“Eight…”

“Oh, alright. You’re no fun,” he sighed. “My name is Razor.”

“What kind of a name is that?”

“It’s a nickname.”

“What kind of a nickname is that?”

“Spike, Blade, Fang—all the good, deadly objects were already taken. It was the best I could do.”

“What are you doing here?”

“I‘m simply an innocent gentleman trying to survive an attack by a crazy girl,” he teased, grinning.

“I’m going to start counting down again,” I warned.

“Okay, okay. I’ll tell you everything. But first, can you call off your pet dagger, please? I’ll be good, I promise.”

I scoffed. “Why should I trust you?”

“Because…I’m irresistibly charming?” He turned his head back to look at me. “Pretty please?” he asked, giving me another one of his teasing smirks—a trademark move that no girl refused, I figured, vowing to never be one of those girls.

“Oh, alright,” I conceded. “But if you try something, I swear I’ll use my pet dagger to cut off—”

“I said I’d behave! Though, you’re making it kinda hard to be good with all that talk of wanting to have your way with me.”

I released my grip on his neck and smacked the top of his head. “Let’s go inside,” I ordered.



So what'd you guys think? I can't wait to read this series!  I've heard so many people raving about it and that excerpt totally drew me in! Hope you all enjoyed the excerpt. And now for the guest post with Ada Adams about naming her characters.





“Angel Creek” Series – Naming Characters


Names often evoke strong feelings within us. Whether it’s the name of someone you like (I still can’t hear the name of my seventh grade crush without getting butterflies in my stomach!), or a name of that really mean girl who made up a silly rumor about you, we usually react and take notice when we hear a particular name.

Personally, when I’m writing, I prefer to give unique names to my characters—names that I have no association with. I want them to be blank slates that I can mold into something new. And therein lies the challenge. How do you find names that will fit the characters’ personalities and won’t constantly make you think of other people?! Trial and error is what usually works best for me. Sometimes, I also get help from a good baby name book.

How did “Angel Creek” characters’ names come about?

When “ReVamped” was just a TV show script, Dawn’s name was actually Gabrielle. I really like “Elle” names, especially Isabelle. However, since Isabelle(a) is a name already associated with a well-known vampire book, I settled on my second-favorite “Elle” name—Gabrielle. Its meaning is “strength”, and it was a very fitting name for “ReVamped”’s main character. She is one tough vampire chick, after all!

However, sometime between finishing the pilot and beginning the novel, the name lost some of its power. It no longer fit the character as I saw her. I flirted with some of my other top choices—Victoria, Scarlett, Alexis—until finally settling on Dawn.

I’ve loved the name Dawn ever since I had encountered its counterpart, Aurora, in one of my favorite Disney films, “Sleeping Beauty”. This worked out very well, because in “ReVamped”, you learn that Dawn shares a special connection (or two) with a character named Aurora. I love the fact that the two names are so different (just like Dawn and Aurora), but yet they are also perfectly harmonized. Dawn is actually named in honor of her mother, Zora (an Eastern-European version of Dawn), who died in childbirth. Plus, Dawn is a pretty cool name for a vampire, right? Cheesy pun intended.

The other characters’ names came about in a fairly natural way. To keep some reality intact in my rather unreal paranormal novel, I had to keep true to names and dates. Since I was dealing with a group of vampires who have been born during different time periods, it was important to do my research and ensure that certain names actually existed in the time periods that the characters were born in.

Sebastian was originally Alexander. In fact, he was Alexander throughout the entire Pilot script. However, once I began to write the novel and changed certain aspects of the character, the name no longer fit. Something about it was off. He just wasn’t an Alexander. I think it’s very important to feel a connection to your characters’ names, but it’s even more important that the names truly fit them. The moment I changed his name to Sebastian, the character suddenly became whole for me.

Sebastian’s name suits him really well. It’s mysterious, hot and brooding, but I hadn’t personally seen it in recent YA literature, so I had no connection to it and could shape him into whatever—or rather, whoever—I wanted. Somewhere halfway into the novel, I realized that Sebastian is also named after a Disney character! And from another one of my favorite Disney movies, “The Little Mermaid”. I’ve come to the realization that I may perhaps have a subconscious obsession with Disney characters. Who knows, maybe one day “ReVamped” will be a crazy Disney movie that incorporates vampires, sleeping beauties, and underwater crabs!

Ethan’s name was very easy to come by, and it fit him perfectly. It means “strong”, and his last name, Summers, is a play on the fact that he brings about some warmth and sunshine into Dawn’s life. Hunter (the aloof, washed-up 80’s rock-star) and Brooke (the boy-crazy cheerleader) were no-brainers. Sophie was also always Sophie. Her name means “wisdom” and is perfect for our demure, clever librarian. Seth, the youngest of the vampires, had been Seth from the start as well. Something about his name had worked really well for him, and immediately stuck.

I then hit a bump in the road upon realizing that I had two secondary characters whose names started with the same letter (three, if you count Sebastian). At times, when characters have names that begin with the same letter, it can get a bit confusing for readers. I immediately threw myself into changing Sophie and Seth’s names. Sophie was briefly a Grace, while Seth was a Kyle. However, I just couldn’t depart from Sophie and Seth. My early readers, who had read the very first draft and knew them as Sophie and Seth, also couldn’t get used to the name changes. It’s funny how sometimes names just find the character. Or perhaps it could be that, as writers and readers, we tend to get attached to names. Either way, I had to return Sophie and Seth back to their rightful names.

However, sometimes, no matter how attached you get to a certain name, you do have to change it. Hannah, our perky red-headed waitress, was initially Annie. In fact, it was only until the very final draft, that I realized it may not be the best name for a curly, red-haired character.­­­ It took a very long time for me to get over Annie. In fact, she went through an identity crisis. Well, more like a name crisis. She had about ten different names until I finally made peace with Hannah. A few more drafts after that, and I was like: “Annie who?!”

Razor was, by far, the hardest character to name. If you’ve read “ReAwakened”, you know that his real name is obviously not Razor, but I couldn’t use his real name throughout the book. I never name my characters after people I know, but in “ReVamped”, I named “Razor” (who was then just mentioned in passing) after someone I knew in real life as a tribute. When I realized that I absolutely had to bring him on the team in “ReAwakened”, I freaked out a little! He just wasn’t a “insert his real name here”. Uh-uh, no way! Since his character is unique in every way imaginable, I thought that having an unusual nickname would be very fitting. Unfortunately, according to Razor: “Spike, Blade, Fang, all the good, pointy objects were already taken”, so we had to settle on Razor. It’s grown on me and I think that the readers feel like it fits him as well!

In the end, I’m very happy with the names of “Angel Creek”’s characters. Over the course of writing the series, the characters have transformed from blank slates into individuals I care about deeply. I can’t wait to explore their personalities and journeys in the third book!





Becoming a vampire guardian was Dawn Fairchild’s ticket out of the Scarlet House. Fresh off a successful mission, life in Angel Creek should have been great. But when her sort-of-maybe-boyfriend, Sebastian, disappears on a quest to help a beautiful vampire from his past, Dawn finds herself amidst a web of danger, lies, and deceit.

Joining forces with Razor, an enigmatic rebel lacking both a verbal and a physical filter, and her band of Misfits—Brooke, Sophie, Hunter, and Seth—Dawn is thrust into a race against the clock to solve the mystery surrounding brutal Born kidnappings and come to terms with the sudden discovery of her own unique powers. With time ticking away and Born vampires’ lives in jeopardy, it quickly becomes evident that someone—or something—desperately wants Dawn and is willing to shed any amount of blood to get her.

Dawn has only one chance to face her demons and overcome all obstacles standing in her way as she embarks on the biggest mission of her life—one that threatens a deadly outcome for all involved.





“Many people sing in the shower. I write scenes in my head and act them out.” At the age of five, Ada read her first chapter book—Pippi Longstocking by Astrid Lindgren. Ever since that moment, she developed an intense passion for stories and characters found within the pages of literature. In her career as an actress and a writer, Ada currently spends most of her days immersed in imaginary worlds. Much like the characters she enjoys playing and writing about, Ada is a martial artist with a Black Belt in Shotokan Karate. She is also a big proponent of lifelong learning, and has attained a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (it aids in creating characters with unique quirks!) as well as a Master’s of Science in Education. Ada strives to bring a fresh voice and perspective to fiction. She has been writing creatively for many years, and is an editor of a global fashion/literary magazine called VEUX. ReVamped is her debut novel.
She lives in Toronto, Canada, and enjoys adventurous nature hikes with her adorable puppies Cara and Oreo.






You can add ReAwakened which was published on Novemeber 27th of 2012 on Goodreads!   Ada Adams can be found at the following sites--Author Website, Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads. And now for the Giveaway!! Good luck to everyone who enters!! This is one giveaway you definitely want to enter. Lots of pretty awesome prizes. Here are the details and what is up for grabs...




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- Must be 13 years or older to enter

- Open Internationally

- Winners will have 48 hours to reply before a new winner is chosen



Grand Prize Winner will win the following-

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Dec 14, 2012

Song Of The Week

I was on I-tunes last week when I discoved this girl from Dubland and I really love her two songs that she has up on I-tunes. I cannot stop listening to her song The Ground. It's so good! It's quickly rising into my twenty-five most played songs on my I-pod.

The Ground by Orla Gartland:

 

She sounds pretty darn good live! I definitely will be looking for more music from her. I love the lyrics to this song. It's the kind that I just can't get it out of my head. I'm really glad I found this artist. I love it when I find new singer/songwriters on I-tunes!

Do you have a song you can't get out of your head? Let me know in the comments! :)

Dec 11, 2012

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted over at Should Be Reading were you grab a book, open it up, find something that isn't going to spoil the book and share it. You do this twice from any random page just make sure the teasers are not SPOILERS! This week I will be sharing two teasers from The Breakaway by Michelle Davidson Argyle!


"She clamped her lips together, darting her attention to the door. He was distracted. This was her chance. Scrambling off the bed, she ignored her pain and ran to the door."

 "She gripped the counter so hard she thought her fingers might break. What was this? Why? Why any of this?"
I haven't actually started this one yet since I have this book that I have to get finished for a honors project for my English class but the moment I finish that I'm starting this one. I've been dying to read this one and can't wait to finally get to start it! Hope you all enjoyed the teasers I picked out!

Dec 10, 2012

Remembrance

I'd been seeing many raving reviews for Remembrance and I knew that I wanted to read it someday so when the author asked if I would be willing to review her book I said yes of course! I'm glad I did to because I enjoyed this book just like I had a feeling I would.

 Summary from Goodreads:

Lizzie Davenport has been reincarnated from Regency Era, England ... but she doesn't know it yet.

Then Drew Carmichael transfers into Lizzie's high school at the beginning of the year, and she feels a connection to him, almost like she knows him. She can't stop thinking about him, but whenever she tries talking with him about the mysteries behind her feelings, he makes it clear that he wants nothing to do with her. Reaching him is even more difficult because she has a boyfriend, Jeremy, who has started to become full of himself after being elected co-captain of the varsity soccer team, and her flirtatious best friend Chelsea starts dating Drew soon after his arrival. So why can't she get him out of her mind?

Even though Lizzie knows she should let go of her fascination with Drew, fighting fate isn't going to be easy.


Lizzie Davenport has been reincarnated and she has no idea about this little fact until Drew Carmichael saunters into her life.

The moment I started reading Remembrance I couldn't put it down. It was just one of those books that keeps you hooked and you need to know what is going to happen next with each turn of the page. I really enjoyed this book, but did feel it fell a little flat towards the ending.

Lizzie is a great character. I instantly loved her. My only problem with Lizzie at the beginning was she was dating a jerk. Though she did always point out things Jeremy would do she never really did anything about it. She just let him keep being a jerk. That bothered me but other than that Lizzie is that great character who you instantly just love. Another thing about her I loved was how she would compare her life and certain things to Elizabeth's from Pride and Prejudiced. I really loved that and how Michelle Madow interconnected their stories a bit.

Drew Carmichael. Man the moment he enters the book he sweeps you off your feet. He's just that character. I really liked him but in the beginning I just wanted to shake him. I couldn't understand why he was being so hot and cold. I mean I figured there was an explanation for it but it was frustrating to both me and to obviously Lizzie. We do eventually find out why he's like this but still it was just one of those moments where your thinking just make up your mind already pal!

Chelsea. I just had this feeling about her that even though she was a good friend that the moment things didn't go the way she wanted them to that she'd turn on Lizzie. I just never trusted this character and I hated how she kept pushing Lizzie to do this certain thing even though it was obvious that Lizzie didn't want to. I don't know at some points I felt I could like her but there were just red flags up at the same time.

Michelle Madow's style of writing instantly captivates you. Her writing is really beautiful and the way she sets the setting and describes things is amazing. She's one of those writers who once you read something by her you'll vow to read all her other works as well because her writing is just that good.

I don't have many complaints about this book because it was a great read! But I did feel that the ending fell a little flat. I get that the story was about Drew and Lizzie and reincarnation but nothing really exciting happened at the ending. I was expecting something big to happen but nothing really did. But even so this book was still a really great read and I look forward to reading it's sequel!

Remembrance is a book with beautiful writing, fantastic characters, and a great romance that even though cheesy at times it's the good kind that makes you smile. This is definitely a contemporary read and I think anyone will enjoy this book! I know I did which is why it's getting 4 out of 5 birds from me! Definitely check this one out. It's not a book anyone will want to not read. It's to good!



~~Thanks to Michelle Madow for providing me with a copy of this book!~~





Dec 7, 2012

Song Of The Week

Last Friday there wasn't a song of the week post. But this week I'm featuring two songs I can't stop listening to. One of the songs this week I've heard from time to time and recently I just can't stop listening to it. I am not a huge fan of Country music but I've been liking it more and more these days.

Wanted by Hunter Hayes:


It just won't get out of my head!! I bought it on I-tunes a couple days ago so it's been on constant reply ever since. I always do that with music. I listen to a song over and over until I've broken the replay button. :)

 I Shall Believe by Sheryl Crow:


I'm re-watching Roswell and one of the episodes in season two featured this song and I can't get it out of my head. I absolutely love it. I don't think I really listened to the song when I first watched the show but the second time around I listened more closely and now it won't get out of my head! By the way if you haven't watched Roswell you should check it out! It's a great show and this song is featured in one of my favorite episodes of the show. :)


Do you have a song that won't leave your head? Let me know in the comments!