Songs are known for hiding meaning within lyrics. Meaning can be interpreted through word-play, emotion, descriptive language, metaphors, similes, and more. But music can also feature something extra, becoming a resource for writers when it comes time to name book characters. Think about the types of music you have been listening to recently. Some songs … Continue reading Use Songs To Help Name Book Characters
My twenty-first poem of National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo). This poem is in haiku style. The original title was Poison before being upgraded to Piano Key.
A tasteful Sunday brunch? A flavorful Friday night dinner? A light Wednesday breakfast? Whatever meal you sit down with, at the dining room table or living room coffee table, music is always ready to accompany you. On Monday, I posted a blog about the best instrumentals and ambient tracks to listen to while needing to … Continue reading The Best Tunes For Any Table Scape
Maybe you are about to hunker down for the weekend and need to enter the right mindset in order to focus and channel in on the tasks at hand. Right now, it isn't words that are your friend, but rather instruments and sounds. Maybe you want to push aside the oral strain of voices and … Continue reading The Best Instrumentals & Ambient Tracks To Listen To And Remain Focused
Song writing and inspiration go hand in hand. The written word is one way that can influence song writing. Poems about love can inspire love songs, while poetry that yearns for something can create music that also features a sense of loss and wishing. In this blog, I will feature a variety of classic poems … Continue reading Poems To Inspire Song Writing