Christina Farley
Books by Christina Farley Christina Farley Author Christina Farley Extras News of Christina Farley Christina Farley Teachers page Christina Farley Writers page Contact Christina Farley Christina Farley Blog

The Soundtrack for GILDED

Today I’m sharing with you a peek into the music that I listened to while writing GILDED. In the video below, you’ll find me at Disney’s Music resort. I talk about the song that inspired GILDED’s first chapter, the songs that portray Jae’s emotions throughout the book and the songs that would make a great fit for GILDED’s soundtrack.

You can also click on my extra page to listen to the full playlist.

Do you listen to music while you are reading or writing?


11 Responses to The Soundtrack for GILDED

  1. I can’t listen to music while reading or writing, but I like listening to music before I write.

  2. Bish Denham says:

    I’ll sometimes have music going on in the background but only if it is quiet and soothing and there are no lyrics. (Meditation/new age music, smooth jazz etc) Music with lyrics is a total distraction.

  3. Mirka Breen says:

    Lovely as ever, Christina.

  4. Thanks guys! Glad you enjoyed!

    Kelly and Bish- I like to listen to music when I’m fast drafting because it pulls me in the mood. But I can’t while I’m revising.

  5. I can’t listen to music when I write. I’m easily distracted. 🙁

  6. Marcia says:

    I can’t listen to music while reading or writing. But I recently beta-read a novel that made a certain song run through my head the whole time.

  7. Akoss says:

    Oh sure I do! Sometimes the soundtrack provides extra inspiration, especially when I’m working on a first draft. 🙂

  8. I find everyone’s comments so fascinating. I can totally see how some people can’t listen to music while they write while other’s can.

  9. Bonnee says:

    Awesome video, Christina! I love thinking about soundtracks for my books. I have had a couple of story ideas based on songs I’ve listened to, not that I’ve actually had a chance to write them. But I think music is a great place to start a story. The mood of a piece of music or the meaning of lyrics can be really inspiring, and the music you shared with us here was really cool. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  10. I’m always interested in hearing other people’s playlists.

    I like to listen to music when I draft and revise, either my favorite tunes or songs that match the manuscript.

  11. Medeia- I’m the same way. After I’ve read a book that I really love, it’s fun to listen to the author’s soundtrack. It really gives you a new view of the mood of the novel.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


HomeBooksAuthorExtrasNews & EventsTeachersWritersContactBlog