The undercover soundtrack for your novel – at the red blog

Do you write to music? Many authors do – as background, as a character’s favourite or bittersweet tune – or maybe just a way to erase the traffic rumbling by in the street. I’ve found over the years that the right music can do more than immerse me in a scene – it can also collide with it to actively create unexpected twists and nuances. As though the piece is speaking to the novel at a subconscious level.

I call it the undercover soundtrack and I’m talking about it today at the red blog – as it’s about music. And also because I got this terrific review for My Memories of a Future Life today so I figured its blog deserved a little attention of its own. Do come over.

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  1. #1 by bunny on November 15, 2011 - 1:09 pm

    If you only knew, what I’ve been going through, waiting and wanting you, could this be love….
    Music always tells my heart out.

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