So, my friend Abby sent me a link to one of her friends named Oriah Pratt. You have seriously got to check her out! She is amazing! She really needs to get her songs on iTunes--if she was, I would totally buy them!
I really love the last two--they mainly inspired me (along with Justin Bieber's Love Me and One Less Lonely Girl) to write Puppy Love, with Carson and Madison!
As Long As You Love Me-Backstreet Boys Stay Stay/Love Story/Red/You Belong With Me/Today Was a Fairytale-Taylor Swift The last one is my favorite for writing!
Solo/Replay-Iyaz Beautiful Soul-Jesse McCartney One Time/Mistletoe/Pray (really sweet video)/One Less Lonely Girl/Love Me-Justin Bieber Call Me Maybe-Carly Rae Jepsen Hold Your Light Up-Conlon Bonner Good Time-Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen My Heart Will Go On-Celine Dion For those times when you have to cry... David Archuleta: Something 'Bout Love Crush Don't Run Away
And of course One Direction...hehe! I Would, Up All Night (# 1 song on my iPod!) One Thing, Irresistible, Loved You First, They Don't Know About Us, Stole My Heart, I Wish, Nobody Compares, Everything About You
The last few inspired my Popstar Love novel. :)
So, do you have any favorite songs you love to write to? Leave them in the comments!
Sorry I haven't posted in a half a million years, but here I am now!
So, I won NaNoWriMo (National November Writing Month, happens every November) in 2012. I won that with my novel--The Pirate Sisters! I got about halfway with I think about 24,000 words, and then I stopped. Throughout the year I have been have writing it, so I got up to about 32,000.
Well, when you win NaNo, they give you a free publishing code which you can use to get FIVE FREE PAPERBACK COPIES. Yeah!!!!!!!!! So, in June, I went nuts and wrote about 30,000 words more on the Pirate Sisters. I finished the entire novel in about two weeks, leaving me with about 64,000 words. :D That is a little bigger than Brandon Mull's Fablehaven!
I edited the thing in two days (so it wasn't perfect at all) and on June 30, the deadline, Mom and I got on to publish it with the little deal. Well....you see, I stayed up till ten o'clock (super late, I know ;) Eastern time...the thing I learned from this is don't procrastinate and get it published at least two days before the deadline. I suppose the deadline ended somewhere in Asia instead of my time, which means no free book sadly.
But it was a great experience! :) And I learned that you can publish on Createspace, you just have to pay to get your book in print. So I will edit the Pirate Sisters better and the publish. So I had my little adventure.
July I had no idea what I did, and ditto with August. We went camping and my grandpa retired, we saw monster trucks, I went to the Lion King on Broadway and went to the Melting Pot! :D I was spoiled, but more on that later.