Or baking. Or dancing. Or whatever you’re doing…
As some of you know, I’m super-swamped over at the Women and Words Hootenanny. A couple days ago we gave away 31 books. Every day for 12 days, we give away, on average, 20 books. Why, yes. That is quite a lot. And this year, we’ve included a concurrent Rafflecopter drawing in which we’re giving away two Kindle Fires as well as other cool stuff. For realz. You should go over there and check it out. Because it is happy fun time. HERE’S THE LINK to Women and Words.
I write to music. And for some of my work, I do playlists. I did one for my most recent novel, The Bureau of Holiday Affairs, my reboot of Charles Dickens’ 1843 novella, A Christmas Carol, which was published on December 19th, actually. FUN FACT!
I post my playlists at Spotify, so if you have an account there, you can find me: andimarquette. Cryptic, I know.
The playlist for The Bureau isn’t Christmasy in the Christmas music sense. That’s because I listen to all kinds of music all the time, and the character of Robin Preston (who is the main character of my novel) isn’t much for Christmas music, either. Rather, she has kind of an alternative/indie/college rock soul that the Bureau is trying to tap into so she can hopefully be redeemed.
My playlists for my novels and novellas also tend to follow the plot arc, and also evoke some of the secondary characters.
See if you can figure out which characters are tied to which songs in the playlist. 😀 Leave a comment with your guesses and I just might send you an ebook copy of The Bureau. WOOOO!
At any rate, here’s the playlist on Spotify:
I will have to check out your playlist, but once again no need to send a copy of the book because I already have it and it is waiting in my cue to read.
Well, see if you can figure out which characters or scenes in the book match which part of the playlist. 😀
Woo! Playlist! And a good one, even!