Haha, most people run the other way when I’m about to turn on some music. You can’t guess what I’m going to play. Could be Disney, could be metalcore or bubblegum pop. When I write, though, I usually listen to particular genres of music.
When I’m writing new sections, not editing, I need music with no words to distract me. I have go to soundtracks, like:
The Lord of the Rings Soundtracks (the scores)
Harry Potter Soundtracks (the scores)
The Craft Soundtrack (the score)
Apocalyptica (the instrumentals)
The Mists of Avalon Soundtrack
The Titanic Soundtrack
Ever After Soundtrack
Mozart, Beethoven, Bach and Vivaldi
Or I even put it on the Soundscape Channel on Comcast for wordless tranquility music
When I’m editing, I find myself listening to:
30 Seconds to Mars
Fall Out Boy
My Chemical Romance
Backstreet Boys (Yeah, I said it :D )
Britney Spears (Oops, I said it again :D )
KPOP (anything really, but I favor songs that come from K-Dramas I’ve been watching lately)
JPOP (I favor songs from Inuyasha)
Shakira, Laundry Service
3 Doors Down
3 Days Grace
Beauty and the Beast
Lion King (the movie and musical)
The Little Mermaid
A Goofy Movie
Into the Woods (the original soundtrack)
My neighbors hate me because I’ll play all of that random loops all day and night until I’m done with what I’m working on. The type of music, shifts my mid into different modes. If it’s wordless, I’m ready to sit down and write new stuff. If it’s got a thumping beat and words I know (I’ll even pretend to know the words to the KPOP and JPOP—and I do know the words to some of it, lol) I’m ready to dance around and do edits.
The Fourth Piece (Order's Last Play #1)
by E. Ardell
Genre: YA Sci-fi/Fantasy
Release Date: July 8th 2016
Summary from Goodreads:
Admitting what you are will end everything you know. Embracing who you are will start a war...
Life is great when you’re good-looking and popular…so long as no one knows you’re a vulatto. Being half-alien gets you labeled “loser” quicker than being a full vader. So it’s a good thing Devon, Lyle, and Lawrence can easily pass for human—until the night of the party. Nothing kills a good time faster than three brothers sharing a psychic vision of a fourth brother who’s off-world and going to die unless they do something. But when your brother’s emergency happens off-planet, calling 9-1-1 really isn’t an option.
In their attempt to save a brother they barely remember, Devon, Lyle and Lawrence expose themselves to mortal danger and inherit a destiny that killed the last four guys cursed with it. In 2022, there are humans and aliens, heroes and monsters, choices and prophecies—and four brothers with the power to choose what’s left when the gods decide they’re through playing games.
Book I in the Order's Last Play series
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E. Ardell spent her childhood in Houston, Texas, obsessed with anything science fiction, fantastic, paranormal or just plain weird. She loves to write stories that feature young people with extraordinary talents thrown into strange and dangerous situations. She took her obsession to the next level, earning a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Southern Maine where she specialized in young adult genre fiction. She’s a big kid at heart and loves her job as a teen librarian at Monterey Public Library in Monterey, California, where she voluntarily shuts herself in rooms with hungry hordes of teenagers and runs crazy after-school programs for them. When she’s not working, she’s reading, writing, running writers critique groups, trying to keep up with a blog, and even writing fan fiction as her guilty pleasure.
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