CD Review: Harry Connick JR That Would Be Me


1.       (I Like It When You) Smile
2.       (I Do) Like We Do
3.       Tryin’ To Matter
4.       Songwriter
5.       Do You Really Need Her
6.       You Don’t Need A Man
7.       You Have No Idea
8.       Where Prisoners Drown
9.       (I Think I) Love You A Little Bit
10.    Every Time I Fall In Love
11.    Right Where It Hurts
Harry Connick Jr is back with his latest release “That Would Be Me”.  The album gets off to a great start with probably my favorite song off the album, (I Like It When You) Smile.  I think it kind of reminds me of one of the goofy songs Zac Hanson posts on and that is why I like it so much.  My second favorite song on the album is Songwriter. It is all about wanting to write a song to make someone love you.

Definitely two thumbs up from me on this album! Love it and I think it will be getting heavy spins at work and probably while I am scrapbooking New Orleans as well 🙂

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I received a free download of this CD in order to write this review from One2One Network.  All opinions are my own and by posting this review I have been entered to win prizes.

Book Review: Mr. Selfie

mrselfieMr. Selfie is a hilarious parody book about a guy who just loooves to take selfies – even selfies with his selfie stick of his selfie stick.  It seems that nothing is more important to Mr selfie than getting an awesome shot that will get a ton of likes! After he loses his job, he goes on a bit of an adventure in order to find his next great selfie.  He certainly ends up with a lot of likes, but at what cost?

This is a hilarious book. Although it is small and short it is sure to bring a quick smile to your face. (Make sure to take a selfie when you are smiling and laughing while reading the book!)

I received this review for free in exchange for writing this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

For Mr. Selfie, every op is a photo op—as long as he is the one in front of the lens. And also behind it! He risks his job taking selfies at work. He risks his life taking selfies at the zoo. And whenever he feels romantic, he whips out his selfie stick and sexts that special someone: himself. Do you know someone with no selfie-control? Then you’ll love Mr. Selfie as much as Mr. Selfie does!
Meet his friends from the Little Miss and Mr. ME ME ME parody series: Little Miss Overshare, Mr. Humblebrag and Little Miss Basic! 

From the Trade Paperback edition.

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