Monday Music To Write and Read- Cello and I

Photo by Matthew Maaskant

Photo by Matthew Maaskant

The month of June is full of graduations, weddings, and other family celebrations. It is sometimes difficult to focus on what is happening with work and especially hard to find quiet, peaceful times to rejuvenate.

Somehow in the midst of all of the craziness, we have to find time to be refreshed. Without it, the times of chaos feel more stressful.

In my writing world I have a self imposed deadline and I find that music helps me to feel centered, creative, and more able to write. I am constantly looking for new music to inspire me.

Here is something that I am listening to as I write:

With a huge writing goal for June, I am looking for lots of music to help me along the way. How about you?

What are you listening to?


About Michelle Lim

Author Michelle Lim is the Brainstorming/Huddle Coach with My Book Therapy Press and the Midwest Zone Director for American Christian Fiction Writers. Michelle’s romantic suspense is represented by Karen Solem of Spencillhill Associates and has gained contest recognition in the Frasier, the Genesis, and the Phoenix Rattler, winning the Genesis in 2015 for her genre. Michelle writes devotionals for The Christian Pulse Online Magazine and Putting On The New. Since her nonfiction book release, Idea Sparking: How To Brainstorm Conflict In Your Novel, through public speaking and online chats Michelle helps writers discover the revolutionary power of brainstorming to bring new life to their stories.

2 thoughts on “Monday Music To Write and Read- Cello and I

  1. We are all so different! Frankly, I avoid music when I write, afraid the mood of the music will dictate the mood of the scene. I do often have a theme song that represents what I want to convey in the book (the last verse of “My Father’s World” for The Wooden Ox; “Knowing You” for Glastonbury Tor), but I don’t listen to it as I write.

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