My guest this week has always been a singer, but says she only recently realised how much of her novel This Is A Love Story was inspired by music. An unforgettable gig became the novel’s most forceful romantic scene. Two styles of music – with very different attitudes – coalesced to form the characters of the two lovers. She is Jessica Thompson and she’s on the Red Blog talking about her Undercover Soundtrack.
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‘Two styles of music made the characters of the two lovers’ – The Undercover Soundtrack, Jessica Thompson
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