Lost & Waiting: the Playlist

Music has been known to inspire writers and to influence the way they work. When I am writing, I prefer no external distractions. However, I often play music as a precursor to writing, to access a certain mood.

Perhaps this is why music often finds its way into my work.

Evangeline, the protagonist of my novel LOST & WAITING, has been unable to listen to music since she suffered a personal tragedy. Everything changes when she embarks on a plant hunting expedition to Chile.

Not all the tracks listed here appear in the novel, but they were there in its formation.

For more on music as a muse to writers, see my review of Tyler Keevil’s talk on the subject for NovelNights, Bristol.

See also my blog on art as inspiration.

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