I don’t know about you, but I have often found it hard to find seasonal “Winter” music that doesn’t include any Christmas or holiday carols. One of my favorite harpist, Lisa Lynne, contributed to a wonderful Windham Hill album. While it a Christmas album, I love her particular piece that she recorded for it! I have often used it for writing inspiration. Enjoy!
First, thank you so much to Sarah for nominating me for this tag! As she correctly guessed, I do love music 🙂 Secondly, I accidentally hit publish when I wasn’t quite finished the first time, so here it finally is now with all the questions answered! It was such fun to do! This tag was right up my alley!
I have very eclectic music tastes so this should be interesting…
First off, though,
Thank the blogger who nominated you and link back to their post.
Answer the fourteen questions listed in this post.
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1. Do you like listening to music?
Yes, yes! A thousand times, yes! 🙂
2. What songs have you been listening to lately?
Well, Thanksgiving is coming up as I write this so I have been listening to this wonderful playlist by Craig Duncan.
After I wrote this post, I started thinking about the importance of music in author’s lives. If there is one other thing that seems to be the most important to an author besides the words they work with, it is the music they listen too. Famous authors down through the ages have listened to everything from pianoforte music, to Mozart, to indie bands and the Beatles to inspire them. And yes, even animals can help.
It’s amazing to me how easily music can bring back memories. How it can remind us of places, experiences and so many other things. I have always found it the perfect way to help with writing. It creates an atmosphere and brings back pictures to your mind.