I am brewing over a new plot. This requires top level procrastination so I thought I’d start a new BLOG SERIES. Slightly ambitious maybe as I only have this weeks topic in mind – still, it’s a jolly good one!
You know the feeling: you’re in a tippity top mood, the sun is shining, you’ve just made yourself a perfect cup of tea, there is actually chocolate in the chocolate drawer and the tax man has just written to tell you he owes you some money. Your mood is ZINGING but you have to write the most sorrowful of scenes. What do you do? How do you get ‘in the zone’?
You could watch endless episodes of Eastenders. Or you could listen to a quick burst of Puccini’s O Mio Babbino Caro:
There you go – heart swelling already? Thought so.
And the opposite way around – gloom has struck, you’ve just received you hundredth rejection letter, watch this baby tear it to shreds and feel your mood soar!
Need an action injection:
Heart pounding and ready to skip to it? I bet you are.
What are the soundtracks to your writing?