Monday, October 2, 2017
Character Playlist: Writing Edition
I've been in a bit of a creative rut lately, because I've been working a lot and don't feel like I have a lot of time to just sit and create. Today, that comes in the form of choosing a character to create a playlist for, so today I'm going to dedicate my playlist to some of my favorite music to listen to while writing. Most of it is movie soundtracks, which are beautiful and wonderful to write to.
Here are ten songs that I like to listen to while writing!
"Obliviate" by John Williams
From the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows soundtrack--can you really go wrong with John Williams?
"Cloud Atlas Finale" by Tom Tykwer
If you haven't seen Cloud Atlas, go and watch it. And then listen to the soundtrack on repeat.
"Time" by Hans Zimmer
From the Inception soundtrack, another favorite and constant go-to.
"Rue's Farewell" by James Newton Howard
Emotional, moving, great inspiration for writing. From The Hunger Games movie.
"Harry's Wondrous World" by John Williams
I listen to the Harry Potter soundtracks a lot while writing, admittedly.
"Interstellar Main Theme" by Hans Zimmer
The organ in this soundtrack is absolutely gorgeous.
"Woman Woman Theme" by Hans Zimmer and Junkie XL
I loved this in the movie, and it feels empowering when writing.
"Mother of Dragons" by Ramin Djawadi
Daenerys' themes in the Game of Thrones are the best, in my opinion.
"Mischief Managed!" by John Williams
The third movie has such fun, jumping music.
"The Hanging Tree" by James Newton Howard
This is the only song with words, but because this song creates such a strong theme in the movie and it always gives me chills!