Music to Write By – Interrupted Plans

Another Installment

Hello, dear readers. I’m back to share with you my latest additions to my writing playlist. If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, you’ll know that music is essential for my writing mojo. When I start a new work, I create a new playlist. It’ll usually be filled with instrumental pieces, but occasionally songs with words get in there too.

I have a favorite playlist that I continually add to, which I’ve called “Historical Romance.” I’m creative like that. This is what I listened to while writing Interrupted Plans.

The Songs

The first piece I’m sharing today is called “The Northbound Train” from the BBC adaptation of North & South by Elizabeth Gaskell. It’s composed by Martin Phipps, a favorite of mine. Take a listen:

It’s just so good! The next piece is from a soundtrack near and dear to my heart. “Leaving London,” from Patrick Doyle’s Sense and Sensibility soundtrack. This track is particularly relevant to the story line of Interrupted Plans!

If you have never listened to much Patrick Doyle or Martin Phipps, please, please, please check them out. So much loveliness! Take care, dear readers. Stay well.

P.S. If you’re interested, check out more of my Music to Write By series, click the Music to Write By tag below.

4 thoughts on “Music to Write By – Interrupted Plans”

  1. Not too many authors offer “music to write by.” It is such a good idea! I love that you do that! Thanks for passing your “picks” on. 🙂

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  2. These are lovely. Interesting – I have trouble reading or editing when it’s not quiet. Whatever I hear distracts my attention so I find myself listening as I read words I’m suddenly not comprehending! (It’s worse when my husband has the TV on and I get sucked into whatever THAT storyline is – Law & Order reruns don’t make mix well with Regency romance!)

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