#MusicMonday with Anita DeVito

Jul 31, 2017 by


 
 
 
 
Five Songs I Sing at the Top of my Lungs

  1. Black Parade – Chemical Romance
  2. Boulevard of Broken Dreams – Green Day
  3. Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked – Cage the Elephant
  4. Holding On to Heaven – Nickleback
  5. Tell Mama – Janis Joplin

 

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Five Songs from Soundtracks I Lo-o-ove

  1. Origin of Love – Hedwig and the Angry Inch
  2. Boulevard of Broken Dreams – American Idiot
  3. When You’re Good to Mama – Chicago
  4. Greased Lightnin’ – Grease
  5. In Your Arms Tonight – Hedwig and the Angry Inch

 

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Craving something different? Try listening to…

 

Black Violin…everything Kev Marcus and Wil B put out.

Arlo Guthrie’s Alice’s Restaurant Massacree…18 minutes of Thanksgiving Dinner and more.

David Gregorisch’s The Flight of the Bumblebee. For electric guitar lovers. Search for Flight of the Bumblebee, you can find it on nearly every instrument. Piano. Drums. Trumpet. Quartet.

Buddy Guy…cause he’s born to play guitar.

 

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Be sure to check out Anita’s new release, Lost in Deception!

 
 
 
 

Private investigator Esmeralda “Peach” Morales watches in horror as the crane her uncle is operating topples into Lake Erie. He disappears and she’s convinced he’ll be the scapegoat. She’ll do anything to prove he’s innocent. Seducing the lead investigator is just part of her strategy, at least that’s what she tells herself.

Thomas Riley is at Elderberry Farm when he learns of a deadly crane accident in Cleveland. The forensic investigator suspects sabotage and amid the rubble and mangled metal he uncovers a web of lies and deception. At the center of it all is a beautiful brunette who always seems to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Both fiercely independent, they must learn to work together––inside and outside the bedroom––to unravel the mystery and clear her uncle’s name.

 

 

 

 

 

Anita’s rapid paced storytelling style pulls readers into a parallel universe where mystery, mayhem, murder are the order of the day. Her stories are an addictive diversion, trading the heavy, gray world of real life for a fantastically colorful world where bad is good, and cool is smoking hot.

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