Writing Music Writing

First off, I just want to say I’m frustrated. I want to divide my blog pages into personal ramblings, and review of books, but since the initial set up of this website, I can’t figure out how to do it. UGH!!! I’m not that technically challenged … am I???

Okay, now to the subject at hand:

Most authors seem to find music very important to the writing process. They like to listen while they write.

I LOVE music, and it does influence and inspire my writing,  however, I cannot write as well if it is not quiet.

BUT, I do have playlists for each story I write. For some reason, fans want playlists for each book, so I will try. (I’ll probably do a more in-depth post at some point, with links to the songs–since I don’t use Spotify or similar–but I just don’t have it in my tonight. :

Jungle: Tool, Godsmack, My son’s music, Concubine/RockUtah –mostly Enter the Rapscallion, and Licked.

Wet: So many …  Imagine Dragons, Radiohead (There, There), Sneaker Pimps, Arcade Fire, Lifehouse (Everything), Run (Snow Patrol) Snow Patrol, Elbow, Earned It, by Blake McGrath, Bob Marley … I’m sure there are more.

Poppy’s Anthem:  Cruel Melody, by Black Light Burns, Make it Wit Chu, by Queens of the Stone Age, Glycerine, by Bush, Sounds Of Silence, by Disturbed, My son’s band- Concubine (You can find him by Googling Concubine RockUtah) Ouija Board, Too much James Brown, Grace From Kelly, Scar, and Chris Cornell — I still have a heavy heart about losing such a great talent. — Why? We’ll never know … So Sad!

This is all just off the top of my head. I’m sure there are more, but I’ll have to get to that another time.


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