Words collide

Words collide.

Welcome back for week seven of the  MFRW 52 week Blogging Challenge! Each week I will be writing a post from a set list of topics that with luck will a) get me blogging more often and b) help you get to know me better.

This week’s theme is: Music to Write By

A good soundtrack makes a movie. It puts me in the mood, stirs my emotions and suckers me into the journey with the characters.

That works for me in writing my historical romances too, but its never just Bach or Mozart blasting out of my speakers as I send my hero and heroine spinning around a ballroom floor. My taste in music is actually pretty varied.

I often make soundtracks for my novels, some you’ll find listed on the book page on my website. I’ve accumulated an eclectic CD collection, plus my iTunes library is growing every month thanks to my radio, tv and movie addictions. You can pick up some great tracks that way.

What did I pick up lately to write by? I’ve put together a short Youtube Playlist for your viewing and listening pleasure. Enjoy!

I’m always on the look out for new tracks. If you’re a music addict like me, hit me with your TOP 3 Greatest Hits in the comments so I can check them out for my collection.

Cheers everyone! Have a good weekend! 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Words collide”

  1. Mine thre changes a lot but right now its The Sound of Silence by Disturbed Take Me to Church by Hozier and If (I think that is the name )by Bread

  2. My top three change. I love Cathy Brockman’s choices! I enjoy all three of those songs. I guess right now my top 3 are related to my WIP, Ne-Yo: Let Me Love you which is my MMC’s ‘theme song’, Jess Glynne: Take Me Home which is my FMC’s ‘theme song’ and the last would be Emeli Sandé: Hurts.

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