I wrote 10 new pages on BD yesterday and typed in 3 pages of Ghost Hunters.

I know I've blogged about this before, but the reality of it hit me yesterday. Toni had this video on her website.

I love this song, and listened to it again and again when writing Spy Girl. So when I heard it on Toni’s blog, I immediately itched to write Spy Girl! The song put me right back in the story.

I’d done this before with my single mom story, listened to Hope Floats and some, um, previously popular star, over and over again, and when I heard those songs, I was instantly in the story!

I have soundtracks for most of my books, but not BD. I tried making one, but I just don’t find the right fit.

What are some songs that inspire you? Do certain songs reflect certain themes, for instance, a love scene? I played "She Brings Me Love" over and over again while I wrote the scene in Ghost Hunters. "Black" by Pearl Jam is another good one.

What songs inspire you?

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Kristen Painter said...

Wow. We're like, psychic or something. lol


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