One of my favorite things to read about is the human condition. I love to sit, depict and reflect on everything that makes us what we are. Love? Faith? Music? Mathematics? Utter confusion and lack of direction? Yes, all of it. I love it even more when this is discussed in a different, original way. In today’s post, I’ll talk about three books I’ve read recently that did just that. For reasons unknown, they all involve aliens. I’m not particularly a fan of extraterrestrial matters, and I know that writing about aliens might not be exactly original, but I assure you these skilled authors didn’t disappoint.
Twelve days, eight shows, six cities. An unexpected, yet impossible to refuse invitation. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. How many unknown artists land this kind of gig? According to Pete, not many. He wanted to accept it, so I agreed. Maybe this would open the door to our first album. This is how book #2 starts!
Before we get started, just look at this: Isn’t it the most beautiful cover you have ever seen? I know, I’m biased, but… it’s the most beautiful cover I have ever seen!
Yep, yes, you guessed it. It’s a Taylor Swift song. I think I don’t need to say I’m a Taylor Swift fan – although I just did. I was completely obsessed with 1989, listened to it nonstop for months, depicted each lyric trying to guess the stories behind them. Unfortunately, I can’t remember exactly why Welcome to New York was the one that gave birth to this book. It’s not my favorite song, not even close, to be honest. I only remember I found my two main characters in these verses: