Posts Tagged The Red Season
‘Music to drum up teen feelings about life, adventure and parents who didn’t understand’ – The Undercover Soundtrack, Kevin McGill
My Undercover Soundtrack guest this week is Kevin McGill – one half of my favourite books podcast, Guys Can Read. To write his epic adventure fantasy Nikolas & Company, he needed to get back in touch with his early teen self – but his book’s soundtrack goes way beyond mere angst. There’s music for magic, mythology, mayhem – and even, ahem, ‘girl scenes’. I’ll let him explain all that, and more, on the red blog
‘To write about events with a depth that the passage of time might have made shallow’ – Catherine Ryan Howard
My guest today on The Undercover Soundtrack is self-publishing blogger and travel writer-turned-novelist Catherine Ryan Howard. When she sat down to write her second travel memoir, Backpacked: A Reluctant Trip Across Central America, she turned to movie soundtracks to recapture the truth of the experience. Saunter over to the red blog for total recall.
And incidentally, in this festive season you can get episode 1 of My Memories of a Future Life for free on Kindle – but hurry to the Kindle store right now as the offer vanishes after December 30…