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What Good Music Can Teach Us About Writing

May 7, 2018

A Writer's Path

by Andrea Lundgren

I was thinking about this the other day while on hold. I was waiting for a break in the music that signaled that someone was going to rescue me from the unending monotony, so when the music would change from stringed instruments music to a pause, I’d get excited…only to have the music start another movement.

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  1. There are a lot of similarities between the two. I’m off th read the article.

    • You’re right, but it’s not something I thought about. I’ve always thought about the music in poetry, but not in a story. I have a book started (I’m good at starting, but not finishing!) that was about a nurse who is talented musically and I planned to put her song in the story. I’d thought it’d be nice to do the lyrics and tune, but I’m not talented in writing music. I want to finish her story, so I may skip that part.

  2. Hope this finds you well this evening my friend – l have nominated your blog for The Mystery Blogger Award – enjoy.

    Looking forward to corner quirky responses.

    https://aguycalledbloke.blog/2018/05/08/mystery-blogger-award-nomination-3/

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