My seafaring novella, The Pup & The Pianist, is only 99 cents until this weekend! Now’s your chance to give it a read if you haven’t already. You can buy it here if you’re interested! ❤
Without further ado, here’s a playlist of the songs I was listening to while writing this story of two young enemies who become friends.
Spoken – Through It All
Sarah Blasko – Spanish Ladies
Haste The Day – Walls And Fear
The Birthday Massacre – One
The Dead South – He’ll Be In Good Company
The Birthday Massacre – No Tomorrow
Dropkick Murphy’s – Rose Tattoo
Thanks so much for checking out my blog today! Whether you read my book or not, I hope you found this list inspiring, or at least fun! 🙂
That’s cool that you’ve established a playlist for the story you wrote! I can’t listen to music when I’m writing – even blog posts!
Thank you ^^
I agree, this is pretty cool to build a playlist for this story.
Thank you so much. 🙂
Nice songs and pretty neat idea. It is the first time I see a playlist for writing a book. I used to be a software engineer and sometimes I listened to music while coding but I got distracted. However, another guy in my group did his best work while listening to music. If it works it’s great.
Yes it’s interesting how no music is best for some or the right music is better for others. Starting out, I used to not listen to music as I wrote but would listen to it before. Then things changed.😂 Not sure why it’s like that.
Yes you are right. It’s funny how that works for some people but not others.
Love it! Some great choices for a nautical novel and I’m slightly addicted to that song by The Dead South. I’m tempted to make a playlist for my own novel now…
Ooh I’m glad to hear it. 🙂 And yeah there’s something about folk music. Good luck with the playlist!
Nice playlist, and congratulations on your novella! I find I normally can’t write to anything with lyrics I understand, but during the brainstorming/composting/non-writing parts of writing I often find there’s a playlist of songs for each project that informs the style and emotional beats I’m going for.
That definitely makes sense. Music helps alot for inspiration. 🙂
Dear Sara. I loved the music. The Dead South. One of my favorites.
That’s great to hear! 🙂
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