Music Compositions by James Revels

I’m going to do something on my writing blog today that I haven’t done before. Come to think of it, I’m doing two things I haven’t done before. (1) I’m blogging twice in one day, and (2) I’m going to share with you just a bit of the talent of music composer James Revels. (James doesn’t know I’m doing this!) We follow each other’s blogs although I try to write books and he writes music. I am never disappointed by the compositions he shares on his blog and on YouTube. His music is upbeat and fresh. When I’m checking in on the blogs I follow, it’s always nice to take a bring from reading and listen to James’ latest compositionn

Make sure the volume is turned on, click on the start button, close your eyes, and enjoy the music of James Revels.

via What Angels Dance To — James Revels Composer

Until my next blog on Monday (unless I stumble upon something else I want to share)

I hope you have a good book to read. (I’m reading Bittersweet, by Colleen McCullough and The Source, by James A. Michener.) If you’re a writer, I hope you have productive writing time.


2 thoughts on “Music Compositions by James Revels

  1. Thank you. I’m reading the Neapolitan Novels by Elena Ferrante at the moment and Klausbernd is absolutely absorbed in a book I brought with my from Norway; the award winning “The history of bees” by Maja Lunde. 🙂


  2. Thank you for your comment, Dina. I see that The History of Bees has gotten outstanding reviews on Of course, most of them are written in Norwegian so I can’t understand them. Fortunately, 4 stars or 5 stars out of 5 needs no translation! Thank you for the recommendation! I’ve noticed from the online reviews that people seem to either love Elena Ferrante’s books or don’t care for them at all. I take it you fall into that first category. I have not read any of her books.

    Thank you for following my blog!

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