Hey, there everyone, and welcome to this week's Soundtrack Saturday post! I've got something really special lined up for you today, so be sure to keep reading to find out just what it is!
So anyone who might be new to my blog (or oblivious to this meme) might be thinking, "What on Earth is Soundtrack Saturday?" Soundtrack Saturday is a bookish meme that I created so I could share my love of books and music. Each Saturday, I choose a book and post a playlist full of songs based on the characters, the plot, and the themes in the book.
But that's not all. You can participate, too! I'm inviting all interested book bloggers to participate in this meme! Each week, I'll be posting a linky at the bottom of my post so that you can share your Soundtrack Saturday playlist for other bloggers and blog readers to find.
As with all bookish memes, there are a few easy steps to follow to help you create your own perfect Soundtrack Saturday post:
- Choose a book that you've read or are currently reading - any book is fine as long as you can create a playlist for it
- Create a full (10+songs) or a mini (four songs) playlist for the book of your choosing
- For more detailed instructions on the different types of soundtracks and how to make them, please visit the meme's homepage.
- Please credit me somewhere in your post. It can be as simple as "Soundtrack Saturday is a weekly meme that was created by Erin at The Hardcover Lover."
- Leave a comment on my blog post if you enjoy the feature
- Add your name to the link-up tool at the bottom of the post
by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Last month, my friend Erica and I set out to read The Fixer by Jennifer Lynn Barnes for the first time. Unfortunately for both of us, life got in the way, so we nixed our buddy read idea while we both took some time just to relax and start to get in the blogging groove again. I eventually did finish The Fixer after taking a week off from basically everything on the planet, and it's seriously one of the best books I've ever read.
The thing about The Fixer is that seriously any genre of music can be used in a playlist for the book. Anything from country to describe the scenes in the beginning of the book to rock can be used, so this Soundtrack Saturday might be a little eclectic.