I had a hard time this week picking just one pull-quote to represent my guest’s work. She’s a writer of two halves – historical romantic fiction and contemporary romance. And she’s now also venturing into biographical historical fiction as well. The common thread is always music. A song by Sting that evoked for her a sense of an untold angle for the Arthurian legend. Or a friend who recommended music by The Civil Wars that gave her the opening and closing lines of a modern romance. What could be more fitting for the week of Valentine’s day? Drop by the Red Blog for the Undercover Soundtrack of Nicole Evelina.
4 thoughts on “‘Cyclical melodies, beginnings and endings’ – The Undercover Soundtrack, Nicole Evelina”
Excellent. Everything has a rhythm that can make your words sing.
Absolutely, John! Good writers have a musical ear – for tone, rhythm and structure.
Based solely on this posting I’ve just purchased your “Memories of my future life.” I am intrigued.
And I am most delighted, John! Thank you.