Friday, February 17, 2012

New favorite song?

What a great week this has been! Lots of great blogfests celebrating romance, kisses, and all that jazz. Thanks for all the comments. They gave me lots to think about. I've also been reading Sendek on my Kindle. Wow, there are a lot of typos that I missed! And pronouns that didn't get switched in the POV change. Not having my computer to fix all of those is killing me right now. I tried to open my wip on hubby's computer and it didn't recognize the rtf file. That's how lame (read OLD) it is.

I'm still jotting notes and some scenes for Faerie Wings and Eleena of the Stars in notebooks. Not a lot, but just enough to keep the excitement from dying while I wait for the computer part to come in the mail.

This week signified bonus time for my family. I went wild and bought two new CDs. Yep, I'm a high roller. One of the songs hit me as the perfect end credit song for Faerie Wings if it were ever turned into a major motion picture. I can't tell you all the reasons, but let's just say the line about colors appearing and fading together sealed the deal.

I give you Fade Into Me by David Cook.

And this one would be perfect for the end credits of Eleena of the Stars.
Take Me As I Am also by David Cook.

Have a great weekend and I'll see you next week!


  1. Oooh proofreading on the kindle. I'm going to order a copy of the sequel I'm trying to get into shape using Lulu's print services. You get a proof copy and only have to pay the shipping (so it's essentially free). Plus you can keep it all private so that only you can see it. I like that feature. Then I'll be able to make notes in the margins and stuff on paper as I reread it scanning for errors.

  2. Thanks for the reminder! I think I'll order another paper proof copy too. It's nice being able to write the notes in the margins.

  3. oh, I love his voice. Great choice!

  4. Don't you just love it when you discover a piece of music or a song that is perfect for your story! Love that feeling.

    I heard a song the other day called 'Prisoner of the Road' by Sivert Hoyen. It's on youtube. Not only was it perfect for what I was feeling at the time, it's also perfect for the mc of my third book. Love it!



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