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Top Tens Playlist for Writing
First of all, thanks so much for having me on your blog today !!
Mine is probably not the typical playlist because I don’t listen to music when I write. I also don’t have different lists specific to each piece I write.
My little niche as I guess we can call it, is movies. When I need to be in the zone, I put in a dvd. I don’t always watch the movies, in fact I hardly ever watch anymore, but they are familiar background noise and great inspiration. They just give me the feeling I need to put me in the zone to write.
Where I sit to do my writing and other work is at the dining room table which is in an open area connected to my living room and kitchen. The TV is directly in front of where I sit (I do that on purpose). Now I actually have two different playlists I usually stick with depending on my mood for the day. I do mushy romanticy happy-ending movies most of the time which is a good background because I write romance. My second playlist is the mix genre of horror/thriller/slasher/mystery & paranormal type movies. I like scary movies almost as much as romance movies. My only wish is, the more of the other genres I use as background noise, the easier it might be for me to write them J someday
Without further ado…
Romance Movie Inspiration list
Listed in no particular order, and I don’t watch them in any order either
Pride & Prejudice
(The version with Kiera Knightly – just happens to be my favorite movie and
sometimes I do end up watching instead of it being background noise J)
The Proposal (Which is tied as my favorite, I LOVE Ryan Reynolds)
Sweet Home Alabama (Love Josh Lucas)
The Wedding Date (Love Dermot Mulroney)
The Lake House (Do like Keanu and Sandra as a couple)
(A new favorite and when I do stop to watch it, I love the end)
50 Shades of Grey
(Another new favorite that just got added to the list)
P.S. I Love You (Even though I cry)
While You Were Sleeping (I like a lot of Sandra Bullock movies)
Mixed Genre movies
This list could go on and on…I feel bad leaving so many good ones out
My Soul to Take
The Underworld series
The Scream Movies
The Paranormal Activity Movies
Die Hard Movies
(Bruce Willis is a favorite)
(Or almost any Mel Gibson movie)
National Treasure movies
Hocus Pocus, Practical Magic
(Any witchy movie J)
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