My sister Evelyn wrote another song! Every single time they get even better! You Know I Know is her fourth song. Again, she composed, arranged, and performed this song on her own. She says it's a song about "friendship and growing through hard times." She's been learning jazz lately, so she incorporated a jazz solo. As always, she works… Continue reading You Know I Know – Original Song
Hello everyone! I hope you're all doing well! I'm sharing my lovely sister Evelyn's second song, Please Stand Beside Me. Please Stand Beside Me is a song about God's faithfulness, even when He doesn't seem to be there. It's an encouraging reminder for every day, especially when things get hard. My dad and I filmed Evelyn at… Continue reading Please Stand Beside Me – second song by my sister
Bring on the epic sci-fi music! No, seriously, if you need some pumping up---listen to these. Or if you're like me and you're writing science fiction, this is your stop. My full playlist has a few more tracks, but these three below are the best so far. For one, they all start with a cool… Continue reading Epic Sci-Fi Noveling Music
My amazingly talented sister wrote an original song! You can watch it here!
Sci-fi dystopia music, here we go! Dystopian stories are really popular nowadays, and in my novel I'm writing for NaNoWriMo, I have a few dystopia-style worlds. This is a tribute to the many alleys that seem to randomly appear in my story. (Is that a good thing?) My full playlist is much, much longer than… Continue reading Sci-Fi Dystopia Music Playlist
More writing music!
Happy Halloween! It's time for suspense music---sci-fi suspense music, that is. Here's my sci-fi horror YouTube playlist, just right for the spooky scenes that might creep into your writing.
These sci-fi city ambient tracks are some of my favorites. I use them for writing a variety of city scenes, whether they be seedy underworld bars or sophisticated capital cities.
In the sci-fi novel I'm currently writing, I have a few scenes involving military operations. I like listening to background "noise" that is related to the scene I'm writing.
These tracks are great for reflective scenes, nostalgic chapters, or space travel.