Book reviews

Sugarland Fans Release Little Miss Project Book

6 years ago Liv Carter 1
The Sugarland fans behind the inspiring Little Miss Project have finished the project book. A wonderful, uplifting 74-page collection of stories, memories, tributes and even recipes, this book will lift your spirit. If you had any doubt about the power of music, friendship and love, a look through this book is guaranteed to erase it. Read More

Jimmy Wayne – Paper Angels – An Artist’s Inspirational Book

6 years ago Liv Carter 3
No stranger to journaling and songwriting, but certainly a self-proclaimed novice as a novelist, Jimmy Wayne’s “Paper Angels” was released on November 1st. Co-written with Travis Thrasher,”Paper Angels” is a fictional  story meant to inspire others to help and give back to those who are much less fortunate, many times those are people in our own communities, Read More

Book Review: From this Moment On – Shania Twain

6 years ago Liv Carter Comments Off on Book Review: From this Moment On – Shania Twain
Despite having been very much in the public eye for about a decade, the very private Shania Twain had been able to keep her private life private. It likely would have remained that way but for the dramatic breakdown of her first marriage. This event forced her into a period of reflection; the place from Read More

Fortunate Son: The Unlikely Rise of Keith Urban – Bookreview

9 years ago Liv Carter 8
Fortunate Son: The Unlikely Rise of Keith UrbanJeff Apter, 2009William Heinneman: AustraliaISBN# 9781741668087 The title and cover of this book were perfectly chosen; Keith Urban is indeed ‘fortunate’. He was blessed with an insane amount of talent, a supportive family, he met the right people at the right time and was supported while dealing with Read More

Book Recommendation

9 years ago Liv Carter Comments Off on Book Recommendation
Winter time is always a time for reading for me and I’d like to recommend a book I recently read. It’s a very interesting and wide-ranging account of the country music industry, not in a dry, boring way but in a very engaging, clear way. The author pulls in a little bit of politics, a Read More