Can I Have A MP3 Player In My Medieval Fantasy Novel?

Because, if I could, the whole of Aramoor would be filled with the likes of Panic at the Disco.

My Kings would lead their processions with songs from Fall Out Boy, and rebellions would be lead by 30 Seconds to Mars!

Although, a particular one could only be led by the goddess which is Pink!

So, below, is a list of songs that currently inspire me to keep writing, and some have even inspired major story lines, as well as characters.

One song in the list below actually inspired a whole other story – or novella – about a certain person who only has a little bit of ‘air-time’ in the main quadrilogy, but their so desperate for their story to be writfen that I can’t not write it!

It’s gonna be a different take on the war Aran and Lauryn are facing, and I think, it’s gonna really help to set the scene (or expand it at least) and look at things from a different angle!

A Tale from Aramoor

Control – Halsey
Castle – Halsey
Mad Hatter – Melanie Martinez
Believer – Imagine Dragons
Thunder – Imagine Dragons
Whatever it Takes – Imagine Dragons
Sucker for Pain – Imagine Dragons
Young and Menace – Fall Out Boy
Last of the real ones – Fall Out Boy
Champions – Fall Out Boy
Centuries – Fall Out Boy
Firestone – Kygo
Emperors New Clothes – Panic at the Disco
This is Gospel – Panic at the Disco
I See Fire – Ed Sheeran
Heathens – 21 Pilots
Pompei – Bastille
Things We Lost in the Fire – Bastille
What About Us – Pink
Say Something – A Great Big World
Walk on Water – 30 Seconds to Mars
Edge of the Earth – 30 Seconds to Mars
Up in the Air – 30 Seconds to Mars

It will probably be added to as life goes on, but, for now, these are the songs I love because they helped to inspire me to write about this whole world, and I can never thank them enough for what they’ve done for me!

Anyhow, I’d love to hear what sound track you would pick for your novel! Or, if any of your characters have a sort of theme song!

Anyways, next Wednesdays blog post will be the start of my 12 Days of Blogmas, which I’m so excited about! But in the mean time, I’m hoping to have an unboxing of the November BookBoxClub out this Friday! It was a gorgeous box and I can’t wait to show it to you guys!

And, as always,

Just Keep Writing!


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