Saturday, February 7, 2015

Soundtrack Saturday (18)

Hello! Here's wishing everyone a happy and relaxed Saturday. If you've been following The Hardcover Lover for a while, you know just what happens on Saturdays on the blog. Yup! That's right - Soundtrack Saturday! But in case you're a new follower or just noticing this meme, here's what it's all about:

Soundtrack Saturday is a book meme created and hosted by me so I can share my love of music with my readers. There is a catch, though... The soundtracks are book soundtracks! As with all bookish memes, there are a few steps to follow to help you create your own Soundtrack Saturday post:

  • Choose a book that you've read
  • Create a mini (four songs) or full soundtrack (ten-fifteen songs) for that book based on characters and plot details
    • For more detailed instructions, visit the meme's homepage.
  • Please credit me somewhere in your post
    • It can be as simple as "Soundtrack Saturday was created by Erin at The Hardcover Lover."
  • Please comment on my post, so I can be sure to check out your post
  • Add your name to the link-up tool  
This week's Soundtrack Saturday post is about a book that I recently read and reviewed. Big thanks to Penguin Teen for providing the ARC! It's called Kalahari. This book is a companion novel to the Corpus series by Jessica Khoury. It's being released on February 24, and I'll have a review for it posted soon. It's a great book, but while you're waiting, take a second to see what songs I've thought of to go along with the book.

  1. "What a Wonderful World" by Joey Ramone
  2. "Africa" by Toto
  3. "You Can Call Me Al" by Paul Simon
  4. "Don't Fence Me In" by The Killers
  5. "Somewhere Out There" by Linda Ronstadt and James Ingram
  6. "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" by The Tokens
  7. "Radioactive" by Imagine Dragons
  8. "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" by Lorde
  9. "10,000 Miles" by Mary Chapin Carpenter
  10. "Loved" by Lucy Hale
  11. "Daughters" by John Mayer
  12. "I Lived" by OneRepublic
  13. "I Was Here" by Lady Antebellum
  14. "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong


  1. Awesome meme. Just linked up my post :D

    Alex @ The Book's Buzz

    1. Thanks, Alex! I'm heading over to check yours out now! :)


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