The Soundtrack to My Story ~ If You’re Curious

I like to write in silence but I also like to listen to music sometimes as I write. I can’t listen to anything with lyrics or I get distracted and start singing along. So all my writing music centers around instrumental, epic, and score music. Overtime, a long list of songs started taking shape that centered around my WIP. Today, I am here to share with you what they are!

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Albums

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Songs

YouTube 1hr+ Music

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What do you like to listen to when you write? Does your WIP have a soundtrack?

5 thoughts on “The Soundtrack to My Story ~ If You’re Curious

  1. I’ll have to check some of these out, as I’m in the same boat when it comes to writing to music with words. πŸ™‚

    Making a soundtrack for your novel is a great idea! I’ve started one or two, but haven’t done anything extensive.

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      1. Depends on the story. For my space opera, Les Mis gets me into the revolutionary mood (although that one does have words), the Planets feels nice and space-ship-y, and Paul Simon’s album “Graceland” reminds me of a time when the words in that particular story were flowing very nicely. Plus some of the lyrics remind me of my characters. πŸ™‚ Then for my 1930s romance, there’s a Youtube playlist called “White Star Line Songbook” (music they played on the Titanic) which is very pretty. That one doesn’t have distracting words, so it’s probably the best for me.

        …Actually I probably work best in silence. But hey, if it’s an excuse to put on music…

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