Saturday, May 26, 2012

Cicada by Belle Whittington Blog Tour - Inspiration Playlists

Summertime for Blair Reynolds and her friends had always been carefree and fun...until the summer they happened upon something that was not human. As they band together in a fight for their lives, Blair's true love becomes something more than human. Something unnatural. And their survival depends entirely upon their ability to keep a secret.

First off, I’d like to thank you for having me over to your lovely blog for a lemonade and a chat! I look forward to getting to know your readers and followers.

Like most authors, I love listening to great music while writing.  There are so many talented musicians that inspire me while daydreaming and writing my stories.  I thought I'd share my inspiration play lists with your lovely readers. :-)
Another thing I think readers might like to know is that I have a favorite song that fits the mood for each one of the books in the trilogy! Want to hear the unofficial theme song to each book? Here goes!

· Cicada: The Resistance
· Firefly: Cosmic Love
· Third (yet unnamed book): Electric Feel
There’s even a song for Everett

And as an extra bonus, here’s a song for a very important character readers will meet in Firefly. His name is Ash, and, boy oh boy, do I think readers will love to hate to love him!

 Many of Horror:

Well, I couldn’t help myself but to include this song, too!  Without giving away any spoilers, let me just say that this song inspires a very special moment in book three… Hmmm… I wonder who this song could be about?  Any thoughts?  Post them below in the comments section! J

Falling in Love at a Coffee Shop:

I hope everyone will enjoy listening to the play lists while reading the books! And I’d love to hear everyone’s thoughts on how the play lists fit with my books.

And it must not go without giving many thanks to the awesome musicians whose songs have given me so much inspiration.  Thank you for sharing your magic!



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1 comment:

  1. Liked on facebook, followed on twitter! Best of luck with you publishing ventures, Belle! Cheers!


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