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Mondays are hard, so let’s conquer them with music!
I love music; I listen to music in the car, at work, and it is also part of my writing process. Sometimes a scene may be inspired by a song or I find songs that relate to what I have written; either way I always have a separate playlist for each project I’m working on in addition to a master playlist of all the songs I come across and enjoy listening to. Thank you Spotify!
On Mondays I will share one song that I’m currently in love with, has inspired me, or relates to one of my projects.
Thanks for joining me for Music Monday! Today’s song is Lullaby by Dixie Chicks. I discovered this song shortly after my daughter was born. It is so beautiful; I was looking for some songs to play for her and sing to her. I had never heard this one, and It instantly resonated with me. Becoming a mom completely changes me in amazing ways. I love my daughter more than anything and I can just look at her and feel more love and happiness than I have ever experiences before. She makes every day exceptional. This song is about that unconditional love.
“How long do you wanna be loved
Is forever enough, is forever enough
How long do you wanna be loved
Is forever enough
‘Cause I’m never, never giving you up”
Check it out on Spotify or buy now and let me know what you think! Check out my Music Monday Playlist to hear what else I have been featuring and Listening to.
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Author of the young adult realistic fiction novel Rain.
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Taylor Sullivan took her life for granted until she received news that would change her life forever. In a state of denial she met Kyle, who didn’t end up being what she expected. She wasn’t able to escape her new reality, but with his friendship, just maybe she could survive it.