What do a TV ghost hunter, a fading Broadway icon, a CEO and his son, a bored assassin, and a whole host of other delightfully damaged and deranged characters have in common? And after the first few piano chords, I felt like that was where I wanted to go with it. The men of this deliciously Yaoi-inspired world fall in and out of love nearly as much as they fall in and out of danger. The narrative contains some explicit content. Not that we've been lacking content this month, since "The Twilight Saga: While they are not necessarily erotic novels, there are quite a few sex-laden scenes in the course of the narrative. And then a couple months ago, I got a call and was told it was in some of the parts of the film. And not only that, but those two scenes happen to be two of the most important in the movie? Can you imagine sending in a song as a "shot in the dark" and then finding out that it is featured in not one, but two scenes? The books of the Parliament of Twilight series are written with the intention of portraying real, raw characters and situations. When Bella is walking down the aisle and during the highly anticipated sex scene. So then I sent it in, which was a total shot in the dark. This week's special subject: When you're associated with any of the "Twilight" films, no matter in what capacity, it's kind of a big deal — particularly if you are an emerging artist on the music scene and one of your songs is selected to be part of the "Breaking Dawn" soundtrack. A hugely talented and deserving one, that is, and very appreciative. Not intended for young readers or the easily offended. Breaking Dawn- Part 1" opens this week, but there's always something to spotlight.