Interviewing Lelia Broussard +..

Posted August 19, 2008 by Melody in Interviews / 0 Comments
Interviewing Lelia Broussard + Alexa Wilkinson

As part of the Never Stop Dreaming Interviews for the month of August 2008, I had the pleasure of talking to two solo singer/songwriters, Lelia Broussard and Alexa Wilkinson. You may have heard Lelia songs, “Secrets” and “Should Have Known” on Joan of Arcadia (CBS), “Rise” on The Hills (MTV), or even “Smile” on Men […]

The Everlife Interview

Posted August 12, 2008 by Melody in Interviews / 1 Comment
The Everlife Interview

On August 12, 2008 I had the chance to interview sisters, Sarah, Julia, and Amber, who make up the band, Everlife! Let’s jump right into it! Melody: So, what’s in the name, Everlife? Where did this come from? Sarah: Well, we actually had a different name when we started 11 years go. And then when […]

Escape by Carolyn Jessop Book ..

Posted August 7, 2008 by Melody in Books / 0 Comments
Escape by Carolyn Jessop Book Review

So I finished reading, Escape by Carolyn Jessop earlier this week and definitely wanted to share my thoughts. I usually do not read the Preface in beginning of books but there was something about Escape that made me read it and it really reeled me in. Now about the book… All throughout the book, Carolyn […]

Life in LA: Kristen Bell at Re..

Posted August 4, 2008 by Melody in Life / 0 Comments
Life in LA: Kristen Bell at Red Mango + Teen Choice

I had the chance to meet Kristen Bell at Red Mango on Westwood in Los Angeles this past Saturday and Jamie King stopped by to say hello to Kristen so I got to see her again (I saw her at Comic Con a few weeks back where she was at the panel for Frank Miller’s […]

San Diego Comic Con 2008

Posted July 28, 2008 by Melody in Conventions, San Diego Comic Con / 0 Comments
San Diego Comic Con 2008

As usual, San Diego Comic Con did not disappoint! I met someone that I really admire, Kristin Dos Santos (E!). That was AWESOME. As for the panels…amazing – it’s why I go to Comic Con! Here are some pictures I took from some of the panels I went to: The Cast of Twilight Scott Patterson […]

My First Month Living in Calif..

Posted July 15, 2008 by Melody in Life / 0 Comments
My First Month Living in California

I haven’t posted in about a month, I’ve just had such a great time seeing everything in California ever since I moved here. Here are some pictures: * On the weekend, I went to Laguna Beach. * The weekend before LB, I attended a free P.O.D. concert at the LA Convention Center. * I hit […]

Three Little Words by Ashley M..

Posted June 9, 2008 by Melody in Books / 0 Comments
Three Little Words by Ashley Marie Rhodes-Courter

So I finished reading this memoir, Three Little Words by Ashley Marie Rhodes-Courter and it is the best book I have read this year. For those of you who do not know, I am very passionate about awareness on certain subjects, one of which is adoption and this book is about Ashley, who became a […]

Jodi Picoult + Stephenie Meyer

Posted May 27, 2008 by Melody in Books / 0 Comments
Jodi Picoult + Stephenie Meyer

If you have not picked up Change of Heart by my favorite author, Jodi Picoult you must. Also, check out this interview which I just stumbled upon, about her last book, 19 Minutes. Also, on the top of my long list of books to read, is The Host by Stephenie Meyer. Check out this interview […]

Everlife

Posted May 21, 2008 by Melody in Music / 0 Comments
Everlife

One underrated music group that you should listen to if you already haven’t, is Everlife. I heard of this group when they first came out a few years ago but I never paid attention until now and I have no idea why I waited so long to really listen. Last year when I heard their […]

Renew Moonlight on CBS

Posted May 14, 2008 by Melody in CBS, Moonlight / 0 Comments
Renew Moonlight on CBS

I’ve been a fan of the CBS show, Moonlight since the creators and cast showed up with the Pilot at San Diego Comic Con in July 2007. Every Friday night, I tuned in just as so many have and yet CBS has announced its cancellation…after a bit of hope was set out for a 13 […]