Since I first started writing The Edge of Memory in October, I have spent virtually every minute I’m alone in the car working on it in my head. I commute 75 minutes each way. So that’s a lot of time.
But I think I’m really done now with editing, until/unless an agent or editor has suggestions for further changes. And the plot details of my next project are still percolating.
I finished a 26-hour shift this morning, and then hit the car for the long ride home. This is the result.
So, with fair warning that the following post will be full out ridiculous, proceed at your own risk…
New from Imaginary Label, a division of Totally Bogus Records, I present the novelist’s soundtrack:
- Every Day I Write the Book (Elvis Costello)
- Language (Suzanne Vega)
- All I Ever Wanted (Depeche Mode)
- Paperback Writer (The Beatles)
- The Book of Love (The Monotones)
- Grease is the Word (Grease Soundtrack)
- I Promise You I Will (Depeche Mode)
- More Than Words (Extreme)
- Open Book (Cake)
- The Word (The Beatles)
- Words (The BeeGees)
- The Story (Brandi Carlisle)
- Bookends (Simon & Garfunkel)
- I Could Write a Book (Tony Bennett)
- The End (The Doors)
And, if you order now, you’ll receive our special Agents Who Blog companion soundtrack, featuring…
For the powerful ladies of BookEnds… Ain’t Nuthin’ But a She-Thing (Salt-n-Pepa)
For Jonathan Lyons… The Guitar (They Might Be Giants) “Hush my darling, be still my darling, the Lion’s on the phone…”
For Ipod-addicted Kristin Nelson… Put Your Records On (Corinne Bailey Rae)
So, gang… what else should we put on this imaginary soundtrack?