As a writer, I have moments when I enjoy listening to music. All work and no play actually slows down creative expressions from me. At the same time, the simple things in life bring refreshment to the soul.
Music plays a nice role in people lives. When I’m deep into writing, it is often in silence, but when I get to a break point or completed project, you can bet a song or two will be played!
Here is my Spotify Easy Listening Playlist. You will appreciate the name:
PERCEPTIVE READERS PODCAST (AUTHOR’S EASY LISTENING)
You will notice Jasmine Thompson’s music is highlighted on a regular basis. The albums were certainly worth the purchase for this writer, and will most likely be the same for some of you Perceptive Readers. For you who are looking into some sports wear with style, check out the Rucoline brand where Jasmine Thompson is also a partner.
Have you enjoyed the start of the Perceptive Readers Podcast 2019 season?
Here are the first 4 episodes and subject matter:
- Mark Twain’s The Prince and The Pauper Chapter 1 Commentary and Reading.
- Mark Twain‘s The Prince and The Pauper Chapter 2 Commentary and Reading.
- What You Do With Knowledge Part 1 Horses, Equestrians, & Poetry
- What You Do With Knowledge Part 2
The Spotify Perceptive Readers Channel
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Before you Go…
I hope this feature you have just read provided value to you. This website also has a podcast called the Perceptive Readers. I read and comment on subjects like the one you read above.
From Mark Twain, Poetry, and talented musicians, the podcast relates commentary in a professional tone with personality (& flare at times). If you appreciate frank and candid feedback, this author will make solutions on (certain) topics clear. There are quite a few areas in life when it is up to the reader’s decision making experience; wouldn’t you agree? Hey, you know what works for YOU.
At least, that is, according to my research. By reading Commentary vs Journalism-What is the Difference, this article further informs you of my mode of operation with the podcast. It is perceptive knowledge in conversation a lot of us have every day.