Author: Gabriella Slade

Welcome back, owlnerds. This week, I interviewed Gabriella Slade.

Gabriella Slade

Bio: Gabriella Slade grew up as the eldest of seven, two of her sisters were adopted from West Africa. As a homeschooled student, Gabriella spent her free time reading novels and scribbling down stories from a young age, where she discovered her love for fantasy. As a teen, she wrote and edited her debut novel over a period of 3 years. Gabriella has been blogging since 2015. Her blog won the Liebster award in 2017. You can connect with her online at gabriellaslade.com

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Synopsis: Sixteen-year-old Kade has always been different. Unknowingly, there are magic, and dangers in the world he has never known of. All he knows of is his tiny village and his ability to feel the emotions of others. After he is saved by a mysterious man from a creature known as a kaminza, Kade is thrust into a world of Soul Questers–elves who have the ability to not only feel emotions but also hear thoughts. Kade can do what they can, but he is not one of them. He must train to use his powers in secret. If he is discovered by the elven government, he could be killed. That is if his powers don’t kill him first. And that isn’t the only problem. Kade’s adopted father, Axel, has apparently hidden more than Soul Questers from Kade, and now those secrets could also be dangerous enough to get Kade killed. If he’s going to survive, Kade himself might have to learn to keep a few secrets, and they’re not just about him…

Website: http://gabriellaslade.com/

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Show-Me-Dragon-Artifacts-Book-ebook/dp/B07CT6TD87/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1539748693&sr=8-1&keywords=show+me+gabriella+slade

Interview:

What was your first idea of a story? Or your earliest memory of it? The first story I ever wrote was set in Egypt, and it was about a girl who was chosen to be Princess after the Pharoah’s daughter dies. The girl doesn’t accept who is until a handsome prince tells her that she is a good princess. I still have that book. I drew my own illustrations and stapled it in construction paper.

Music or no music while writing? Sometimes, yes, sometimes, no. Depends on what mood I’m in. If yes, I listen to instrumental or movie soundtracks. If I listen to music with words, I might start typing the lyrics

If you weren’t writing full time, what would you be doing? I would be teaching competitive dance, which I would still like to be able to do after college.

What color aesthetic would you be your WIP?  Grey with a bit of color: maybe blue

Where do most of your ideas come from? Reading other people’s books. I like to pull inspiration from my favorite books and turn them into my own ideas. Also, Pinterest because why not?

What is your favorite/least favorite part of the writing process? Favorite: Watching all my different ideas come together, especially when editing. Least Favorite: Writer’s block and sometimes drafting. I find that it’s easier to work with something that is already there rather than a blank page.

How long did take you write Show Me? Roughly two years from idea to publication.

Which famous person, living or dead would you like to meet and why? Ok this honestly a hard one. I would love to meet JK Rowling (Queen) but also I want to meet Nadine Brandes! (Does she count as famous. (lol)

What are your writing dreams? To be a best selling author, and to create a fan base of people who love Soul Quester books and all my characters. Like the HP or Cassandra Clare fandoms.

What is your spirit animal? I don’t really have a spirit animal, but do Patronus count? Mine is a black mare.

Thanks for reading!!! What bookish posts would you like to see? 🙂

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My Stories

Welcome back, owlnerds. This week, I am sharing my stories.  Enjoy and let me know what story you excited to read. Or what project I should do next?

Contemporary Stories

Lynn: 

When one of Lynn’s friends disappears, she begins to track down her. Soon to discover a scandalous organization is behind all of it. Slowly killing each leader of the pack, she discovers her life is more threatened. Will she protect her friends or will she be the next victim?

Indian Gathering:

When an important day comes, her past returns to haunt her. Scrambling to discover the real truth of her past, she learns that not everyone close to her is worth the trust.  Is she self-doubting herself or is the past going to lose the reality of what is? Will she return t Io the heavenly Father she once believed? Or will fall back into the sin she was so consumed to trust?

Historical Stories:

The Raven’s Quill:

Azalea was never ready to be the woman. Her mother wanted her to be. Having grace and marrying into a wealthy family. She wants to enjoy life like it has always been. She wants to marry for true love. Lost in a world of men, Azalea must choose the right path. A path to follow her heart or live by her mother’s. To write as her passion or be like all the other married women.

Drowning Daughter:

Lilith never knew she was different. Living on the sea as a child until she is offered a chance with a foster family to take her in. She learns who her true ancestors are and what power she carries. And the monster, she really is.

Sci-fiction Stories:

Paralyzed:

When Brianne discovered that she was a mutant in her mother’s womb. Everything changed. Life gets more complicated than it already seems. Brianne living with her husband, Zack, clueless of her powers. Playing the part of a nurse in a building where she could cure anyone. Brianne ventures out in the outer world as a world breakout comes to reality. When she discovers the worse of secrets, she must choose her fate or lose any understanding of what life is all about.

 

Dystopian/ Post Apocalyptic Stories

Ezra:

After an epidemic of nuclear radiation, a family of three loses a loved one. Ezra must hold his responsibility by taking care of Nia. Without Caitlin by his side, Ezra is afraid. He must venture out and find a safe haven before time goes against them.

Ditexa:

As the daughter of the president, it would seem like a dream come true. But when she discovers what her father has done, she must choose to protect her people. Or stand by and watch as the world around crumbles before her eyes.

Cancer:

Every person is born with a twin. One is good and one is evil. One day, Marlie is arrested for a crime she never did. Thrown into a hidden territory by the government, she has only heard stories of. When she arrives, she learns where all evil comes from and it’s not from earth.

Fantasy Stories:

The Phantom of the Sea:

A retelling of Ursula. Since her older brother, Tryon married, Ursula has been pushed to the side. Ursula has continuously felt unloved. Year by year her nieces are born and she feels as though her life is unmeaningful. But one day Ursula meets someone. Someone who will change her fate forever.

 

The Crown of Scales:

When Odessa discovers something from her past, will it ruin her chances of being the heir to the throne? Or is marriage even option? Can she even overcome the pressure to juggle them all at once?

 

 

Author Interiew

Greetings, owlnerds. This week, I am interviewing Niki Chapelway because her new book recently got released.

A Certain Sort of Madness by Niki Chapelway

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Synopsis: Alicia Hareton is crazy. But that’s nothing new. Her insanity is inherited from her mother, just like her magical abilities and her blood ties to the strange and alluring world of Amar. She’s spent her life on Earth and yet Amar has always called to her, an intoxicating melody that she cannot ignore. Returning to Amar would put her life in danger, but Alicia has never let such technicalities stop her before.

However, when her mother is captured due to her reckless actions, Alicia will do anything to rescue her. That includes trusting her grumpy, sarcastic imaginary friend, who claims he doesn’t know her and doesn’t seem that imaginary anymore. Or that trustworthy. Together, with the help of her cousin and a band of misfits, they partake in an extremely ill-advised heist on the faerie court in order to find a way to defeat the most powerful mage in all Amar, who also happens to be Alicia’s grandfather. But not everything in the faerie court is as it seems, and soon this unlikely group finds themselves fighting for their lives as well as the lives of those they love.

In a world of madness and magic, the lines between lies and loyalty are blurred and sometimes the only option you have left is to let the insanity loose.

Author Bio: Nicki has been writing since she was eleven years old. She published her first book A Week of Werewolves, Faeries, and Fancy Dresses at the age of fifteen, one year after she finished writing it. She enjoys reading, writing, swimming when she can, and fangirling (in other words: obsessing over other peoples’ stories almost as much as her own). She also enjoys watching TV, her favorite movies and TV shows include Doctor Who, Avengers, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, and Pirates of the Caribbean. Nicki currently resides in Ohio with her family of eight and two dogs, Rylie and Zoey.

 

The interview section:

  1. If you didn’t write full time, what would you do for work? I would probably choose to be a Police Detective, maybe even get into the FBI, working to solve crimes. I’ve also had stints where I wanted to be a journalist and an actress. Writing kind of lets me do all of those at once which is why I chose it.
  2. How long on average does it take you to write a book? Um… I’m going to say about six months to get the first draft done. Some books I’ve managed to write in less time than that and others have taken waaaay longer.
  3. What is your favorite part of the writing process? The brainstorming that takes place before I even start writing. Where I figure out the world, the plot, and the characters and what sort of relationships they will have. During that time, I can convince myself that this writing thing might not actually be such a bad idea after all.
  4. What is your least favorite part of the writing process? Honestly, they all take turns. It tends to be whichever one I’m doing at the time. But probably editing.
  5. Does writing energize or exhaust you? Haha, well it really depends on when you ask me. When I’m actually writing, the words are flowing, and everything is coming together then yeah, I’m energized. I’m so energized I could probably recharge a battery. But any other time… my brain will die from the sheer exhaustion.
  6. What is your writing Kryptonite? Procrastination, definitely. Nine times out of ten that’ll be what is standing between me and finishing my stories.
  7. How long did it take to write this book? This book is actually the quickest full-length novel that I’ve ever written. It took me only four months to get out the first draft. Then about two more months to get past the main edits and rewrites.
  8. Who is your favorite character(s) in your book? That’s a tough one. I love all of my characters and all for different reasons. I definitely relate to Alicia the most and Dante is the most likely to be married by me, but… I’m going to have to say Eugene. He’s just too adorable for me not to love him with all my heart.
  9. What kind of research do you do, and how long do you spend researching before beginning a book? It really depends on the book that I am writing. I have spent hours, days, weeks, lifetimes researching anything that has any sort of historical background. Which is why I tend to avoid writing historicals because I would never get them done. Most of the time the research is done in the middle while I’m writing and suddenly I wonder if my character would actually die from that gunshot wound so I have to take a quick break to visit my good friend Google. I did do quite a lot of research for my latest WIP, though, which is based off of Irish mythology. I spent a few days before I started it, gathering information about the various types of faeries.
  10. Do you try more to be original or to deliver to readers what they want? Is it all right if I say both? I suppose I try to be original mostly, but there are a few tropes that I just can’t resist.

And that’s it, folks. Comment down below, what author I should interview next.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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If My Heart Could Speak

Welcome back, owlnerds. This week, I will be sharing a poem wrote this past weekend. Enjoy!!!

If my heart could speak

If my life could collapse

The world would disappear

Into the thinness of nothing

If my cold feet

Couldn’t surface

The endless beings

Of this world and be on

I would take away everything.

My own being, my own mind.

My own fears and trusts

Life is like an existing pain with light

At the end of the road

And we are so afraid

Of that light

That we cast away

In the shadows

Of those lost souls

That refuse to believe in anything

And we become cursed

As our souls begin

To disappear in thin air.

 

 

 

 

The Alphabet Book Tag

Welcome back, owl friends. This week I decided to do a book tag. The blog post is a bit late for today’s Monday post but at least I remembered to post it. XD The rules for this tag is that you have to name books that you own or have read. Going from A to Z. Please Enjoy! 🙂

 

A- Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery

B- Bleak House by Charles Dickens

C-Caddie Woodlawn by Carol Rye Brink

D- David Copperfield by Charles Dickens

E- Eragon by Christoper Paolini

F-For the Temple by G.A. Henty

G- Girl Defined by Kristen and Bethany Clark

H-Hamlet by Shakespeare

I- Ivanhoe by Walter Scott

J- Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

K- Kristian’s War by Peter Wisman

L- Les Miserable by Victor Hugo

M- Magnolia Story by Chip and Joanne Gaines

N-Not by Sight by Kate Breslin

O- On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness

P- Paradise Lost by John Milton

Q- Quiet by Susan Cain

R- Rose of Night by Hope Ann

S- Show Me by Gabriella Slade

T- To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

U-  N/A

V- N/A

W- White Fang by Jack London

X-N/A

Y- Young Pioneers by Rose Wilder Lane

Z- Z for Zachariah by Robert C. O’Brien

The Yellow Wallpaper

So I decided to share my essays I wrote in Highschool. Enjoy owlnerds! 🙂

 

On July 3, 1860, in Hartford, Connecticut, Charlotte Perkins Gilman was born. Her father, Frederick Beecher Perkins was related to Harriet Beecher Stowe, the author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. She struggled during her childhood for her father had abandoned her. Her mother moved a great deal which resulted in very little education for Charlotte. In 1844, Charlotte married an artist named Charles Stetson. During her marriage, Charlotte had a period of depression resulting in treatments that inspired her to write The Yellow Wallpaper.  In this short essay, we will look at The Yellow Wallpaper and see the different ideas seen throughout the story.

In The Yellow Wallpaper, Gilman describes the protagonist as a woman who is imprisoned by her husband, John. John diagnosed his wife with depression after giving birth to her firstborn. She is placed into the estate of solitary confinement. Solitary confinement is when a patient is isolated away from society. The patient is not allowed to work, have special treatments, or do anything outside the doctor’s orders. They are usually locked up in a room or in their own home. Confinement has its uses but it can have dangerous effects on both the physical and mental aspect of the patient.

John believes isolation is the best way to cure his wife’s depression but his wife begins to see things. As she continuously stays in the room with yellow wallpaper, she believes that there is a woman trapped behind the wall. The room itself doesn’t help either. The bed is nailed to the ground and there are bars across the window. The woman must feel as if she is trapped in a prison. One of the ironic things we see is that the protagonist hides the true fact of her illness. “I am glad my case is not serious” (American Short Stories 117).  John even becomes sarcastic by stating, “We will ask Cousin Henry and Julia down for a long visit, but he says he would as soon put fireworks in my pillow-case as to let me have those stimulating people about now”(119). He knows that his wife has begun her journey to insanity and may believe that social interaction might make it worse.

We also see that the protagonist is forbidden to write down her thoughts in a journal. The journal shows the true nature of the protagonist. We can see that through the protagonist’s thoughts, she has a dual personality. Her husband believes that she is becoming mad from her depression and that she shouldn’t write all her thoughts down.  She has finally spiraled downward into the last stage of madness. “I got out, at last, said I, in spite of you and Jane. And I pulled off most of the paper, so you can’t put me back”(129).

In this story, we see that the main themes are mental illness, isolation, postpartum depression, husbands’ and wives’ roles in society, and a doctor that doesn’t know how to treat his patient correctly. Gilman during her time period didn’t write like Jack London or Flannery O’Connor. She writes like she was raised in the Romantic and Gothic period. At the beginning of the story, we can see the very signs of Gothicism. “A colonial mansion, a hereditary estate, I would say a haunted house, and reach the height of romantic felicity- but that would be asking too much of a fate” (115). In this situation, I personally think that isolating people that are mentally ill will only cause more madness.

 

The Secret of The Moon

Welcome back, owlnerds. For this blog post, I decided to share an old story I wrote a few years back. And since fall is just around the corner. What better way to enjoy the coming of fall is to read a gothic story. Please enjoy!

The trees trembled as the wind whistled in the shadowy night. The lights beamed the path as the car lead me until smoke captured the engine and the vehicle stopped. I stepped out of the car and lifted up the hood. I coughed and couldn’t grasp the problem. I looked around at my surroundings but the road was dark and fearsome. I walked, at least, a mile when I saw a light from the distance. I couldn’t quite see what it was but I ventured to it for the night sky made me tremble.

The door creaked as I opened the door. At the corner of the room, I saw a candlelight flicker but no one was there. Was this home abandoned? No. It couldn’t. Could it?

From out of nowhere, a man stood in front of me and it caused me to jump back and I almost tumbled to the ground. The man grabbed my hand and helped up to my feet. Just before he released his hand off my mine. I saw that his man was covered in hair. Or was it fur?

I asked the man if there were any rooms that were a vacancy and he led me to a room. He shut the door behind him and I heard a click as the floor creaked as he left me.

I lead myself to the bed which was not the best of shape with only rags to comfort me. I crashed into asleep but suddenly I heard growling. I trembled and hide but I knew that would not make the noise disappear. With bare feet, I tried to open the bedroom door but it was locked. I knocked and the door and called for help but no one seemed to hear me. I opened the curtains and tried to open them but they also were locked. I tried to look at the surrounding of the house but saw nothing. Until I came across a figure just off on a hill, a few miles away from the house. As I looked closer, the figure was sitting on its hind legs and singing to the moon. I saw the moon brighter than usual. It was a blood moon and as the figure turned around I saw the figure’s eyes. The eyes were glimmering with red as blood and the body appearance was actually like the man from the house.

My heart began to beat faster and faster. I trembled and knew he was coming to eat me. I heard the front door crash and the house began to creak louder and louder. I was motionless as I felt as though these were my last moments. My bedroom door clicked again as it unlocked, the man came in.  He smiled a smile with evil in his grin. His teeth were not human teeth but wolf teeth. Blood dripped from his fangs and he growled a silent growl. I tried to move but it felt like my feet were glued to the floor.

Under my breath, I said, “Werewolf.”

The man growled louder and believed that my whisper was quite louder than I expected it to be. Just as the werewolf leaped upon me. I cried out. I threw the sheets off me and threw the door open. I ran but fell upon someone.

“Honey.. what wrong did you have a bad dream?”

I didn’t speak but hugged the person and wept.

 

Cover Reveal

 

Welcome owlnerds, today. I give you new covers for Jes Drews’ series. Please enjoy this bonus post also read this books. All the books’ profit goes to charity.  http://alternaterm.org/
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Synopsis:
Kristian Clark and the Agency Trap, Book One: The Bachelor Missions
The good-guys, the bad-guys, and the wild card- it’s the ultimate game of cloak and dagger…
Kristian Clark, private eye, thought his days as a special agent were behind him, but when he’s drafted into action, he finds himself reunited with his old team- and painful memories of why they broke up in the first place. But as he plunges into mission after mission- from a ‘holy heist’ to babysitting a young hacker to going undercover in a cult- Kristian find that everything he tried to leave behind is coming back to haunt him with a vengeance, and then some. First there’s the mysterious woman who knows more about Kristian- and his past- than makes sense while using science fiction weapons that don’t make sense period. Then there are the shady powers-that-be who are responsible for drafting him back into this world to satisfy their own nefarious agendas. It’s all Kristian can do to keep from being pulled into their games as he tries to figure out who to trust and what to fight for, even as the trap put in place to destroy him is set with a ticking clock.
When did espionage get so complicated?
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Synopsis:

The classic game of cat and mouse- but who’s the cat and who’s the mouse?
 Kristian Clark is still reeling from his accidental marriage to his rookie, Susan Deanna, when NEO anarchists attack their agency and they have to go on the run with his- their?- two adopted children. But the NEOs aren’t the only ones who are after them- the strange agency that seems straight from the pages of a science fiction novel is hot on their tails. But are they going after Kristian? Or Susan? Or both? But as they work to stay one step ahead of their pursers, secrets begin to come to light about their enemies, their friends, and even each other. Things are in play that are beyond any of their understanding or attempts to control. Even if all reality seems to be a fabrication, will Kristian be able to face his calling?
What if everything you knew was a lie?
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Synopsis:

I’d tell you I love you… But then you’d make me change the baby’s diaper.
Kristian Clark can go undercover for months on end, combat multiple enemies at once, and even teleport through dimensions. He should be ready for everything. But having a newborn child… is a little outside his skill set.
And the universe isn’t ready for little Shannon either. The tentative layers of the universe begins to peel apart and his adopted son gets pulled through a portal in the hospital.
Along with an angry wife and reunited best friend, Kristian travels the dimensions to find his son and somehow find a way to save reality without giving up his little girl.
Thanks for reading!😏

A Teacher Like You

I wrote this free verse poem for my high school English teacher. Please enjoy!

Clashes of fiery fury

Breaks not the attitude

Of thy soul.

Thy kindness is the way

To behold.

Your wittiness outnumbers

All brokenness within.

Imperfect or perfect

It truly doesn’t matter.

All I wish to say

Is thank you.

Thank you for healing

Our hardships of tomorrow.

Reopening our weak minds  

With knowledge and gratitude.

Destroying the awkwardness

Of our very silence

You bring joy

To us all.

Again I say,

Thank you.

See ya next week, owlnerds. 🙂

Current Favorite Songs

Welcome back, owlnerds. So this blog post is not book based but since I am currently clueless about what to write. Might as well, do a lifestyle post. As seen in the title, I will listing my current favorite songs. I currently listen to rock, pop, country, soul, and Christian. Enjoy the music recommendations. Comment down below what music I should listen to next. 🙂

  1. The Proof of Your Love by King and Country
  2. What Ifs by Kane Brown, Laura Alaina
  3. Havanna by Camilla Cabello
  4. Don’t Worry about Me by Frances
  5. Let it out by Frances
  6. River of Tears by Alessia Cara
  7. Incomplete by James Bay
  8. Outlaws by Alessia Cara
  9. I am Yours by Laura Daigle
  10. Little Light by Rachel Platten
  11. Once in a Lifetime by Landon Austin
  12. Night’s on Fire by David Nail
  13. Take a Back Road by Rodney Atkins
  14. Wings of An Angel by Laura Alaina
  15. Before I Knew Ya by Maddy Newton
  16. All to Myself by Dan + Shay
  17. Mercy by Brett Young
  18. Take Back Home by Chris Lane, Tori Kelly
  19. Speechless by Dan + Shay
  20. Before He Cheats by Carrie Underwood
  21. The Champion by Carrie Underwood
  22. Something Bad by Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert
  23. See ya Again by Carrie Underwood
  24. Church Bells by Carrie Underwood
  25. Born to Love Ya by LANCO
  26. Love You Like That by Canaan Smith
  27. Break Up in the End by Cole Swindell
  28. Singles You Up by Jordan Davis
  29. My Girl by Dylan Scott
  30. Girls Like You by Maroon 5
  31. Walls by Trevor Holmes
  32. Till I Fall Sleep by Jayme Dee
  33. This City by Sam Fischer
  34. H.O.L.Y by Flordia and Georgia Line
  35. Break up with Him by Old Dominion
  36. The Fighter by Keith Urban
  37. Queens Don’t by Raelynn
  38. God Gave Me You by Blake Shelton
  39. In Case You Didn’t Know by Brett Young
  40. Parallel Line by Keith Urban
  41. Sleep Without You by Brett Young
  42. You Make It Easy by Jason Aldean
  43. It Goes Like This by Thomas Rhett
  44. Eyes on You by Chase Rice
  45. Written in the Sand by Old Dominion
  46. Nothin’ Like You by Dan + Shay
  47. Hello Beautiful by Noah Schnacky
  48. Never Forget You by Zara Larsson, MNEK
  49. Shape of You by Ed Sheeran
  50. The Middle by Zedd, Maren Morris, Grey
  51. In the Name of Love by Martin Garrix, Bebe Rexha
  52. I’m Not the Only One by Sam Smith
  53. Whole Lot in Love by Austin Burke
  54. Hollow by Tori Kelly, Big Sean
  55. Great Love Story by LANCO
  56. All on Me by Devin Dawson
  57. Heaven by Kane Brown
  58. This Hour by Future of Forestry
  59. You Gonna be Ok by Jenn Johnson
  60. Back to God by Reba McEntire, Lauren Daigle
  61. Once and For All by Lauren Daigle
  62. Hold Back the River by James Bay
  63. On Giant’s Shoulders by Future of Forestry
  64. The Earth Stood Still by Future of Forestry
  65. Light from Earth by Future of Forestry
  66. You by Future of Forestry
  67. Hold My Hand by Future of Forestry
  68. Unforgettable by Thomas Rhett
  69. Scars to Your Beautiful by Alessia Cara
  70. Seventeen by Alessia Cara
  71. Stone by Alessia Cara
  72. Now is Forever by Lauren Daigle
  73. WILD by Trojan Sivan, Alessia Cara, Young Bomb
  74. Meant to Be by Bebe Rexha, Florida and Georgia Line
  75. Sparks by James Bay
  76. Seeing Blind by Nial Horan, Maren Morris
  77. Marry Me by Thomas Rhett
  78. If You Ever Want to Be in Love by James Bay
  79. If I Ain’t Got You by James Bay
  80. Gloria by Josh Garrels
  81. Journey to Bethlehem by Josh Garrels
  82. Colors by Josh Garrels
  83. Ulysses by Josh Garrels
  84. Need the Sun to Break by James Bay
  85. Smooth by Florida and Georgia Line
  86. On Top of the World by James Bay
  87. Hear Your Heart by James Bay
  88. Eyes Wide Open by Sabrina Carpenter
  89. Thumbs by Sabrina Carpenter
  90. Drunk on Your Love by Brett Eldredge
  91. I Could Use A Love Song by Maren Morris
  92. I Don’t Dance By Lee Brice
  93. I Like the Sound of That by Rascal Flatts
  94. Kiss Somebody by Morgan Evans
  95. I’d Be Jealous Too by Dustin Lynch
  96. Like I Loved You by Brett Young
  97. Legends by Kelsea Ballerina
  98. I’m Yours by Alessia Cara
  99. Stay by Zedd, Alessia Cara
  100. Wild Things by Alessia Cara
  101. Highway Don’t Care
  102. I Like Me Better by Lauv
  103. Jumpsuit by Twenty One Pilots

Thanks for reading! 🙂