Books And Music: The Playlist For Blackberry Winter

At She Reads we’re endlessly fascinated by the process of storytelling. And for many authors, part of  that process includes a playlist that they write to–a musical collage of sorts. In many cases once you know the playlist you can recognize those emotional undertones running through the story.

We asked this month’s featured author, Sarah Jio, to share her playlist for Blackberry Winter. I’m not sure about you but we can “hear” the story in these songs.

Playlist for Blackberry Winter:

-“Blackberry Winter” by Hilary Kole

-“Sometimes You Can’t Make It on Your Own” by U2

-“Wintersong” by Sarah McLachlan

-“You & Me” by Dave Matthews Band

-“You Don’t Know Me” by Ray Charles

-“Love Theme From Sparticus” by Jean-Yves Thibaudet

-“A Little More of You” by Ashley Chambliss

-“I Think It’s Going to Rain Today” by Norah Jones

-“Heartbreak Warfare” by John Mayer

-“From Embrace to Embrace” by Joy Wants Eternity

-“Blackbird” by Sarah McLachlan

-“And So It Goes” by Karrin Allyson

Did any songs come to mind when you read Blackberry Winter?

About Ariel Lawhon

Ariel Lawhon is co-founder of the popular online book club, She Reads, a novelist, blogger, and life-long reader. She lives in the rolling hills outside Nashville, Tennessee with her husband and four young sons (aka The Wild Rumpus). Her novel, THE WIFE THE MAID AND THE MISTRESS, will be published in January 2014 by Doubleday. Ariel believes that Story is the shortest distance to the human heart.

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3 Responses to Books And Music: The Playlist For Blackberry Winter

  1. Marybeth Whalen November 2, 2012 at 10:17 am #

    I love knowing about the songs behind the stories! I think that all books should have a soundtrack and this one fits perfectly. Thanks for sharing, Sarah!

  2. Wendy Paine Miller November 2, 2012 at 10:17 am #

    My taste in music. Need to check a few of those out.

    ~ Wendy

  3. Norma Beishir November 2, 2012 at 10:17 am #

    I’ve had a playlist for every one of my books…and yes, I could hear the story in the music.

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