LOST LOCKET OF LAHARI Blog Tour: Mood Music



Most writers use music when they write in some way or another. Even if a writer prefers to write in silence, music can be a great tool of inspiration to get an author in the right frame of mind for a particular scene.

The authors at PWP are no exception and with a book as diverse as THE LOST LOCKET OF LAHARI, the playlist for it is equally as eclectic. As part of the blog tour for the release of LLoL, I'm able to share with you some of the music that inspired Erica, Kellie, Terra, Ruth, and Janna as they wrote their individual stories for the first Patchwork Press anthology - our very own awesome mix, just like Peter Quill’s in the Guardians of the Galaxy.






And yes, this was an excuse to use a gif of Chris Pratt dancing to Redbone in a blog. How often does that opportunity crop up? Not often, lemme tell you. (Although I'm finding excuses all over the place believe me...)

The Lost Locket of Lahari follows a mystical locket as if ends up in the hands of very different characters - an empath, a dreamer, a confidant, an adventurer and a dancer - and aids them in the troubles that they face. From the haunting croons of Lana Del Rey to the upbeat, jazz of Benny Goodman, the playlist reflects the locket's journey through time and history to find the spirits of the children of its maker and the richness of each era it finds itself in.

This is also the first leg of the first Patchwork Press Scavenger Hunt! If you're participating, the first clue can be found at the bottom of the blog. If you're not sure what the scavenger hunt is about, head on over to the master blog on the PWP homepage. There’s also the opportunity to win a physical copy of this mix if you collect all the letters for our scavenger hunt, among other amazing goodies.

Without further ado, here's the playlist:


      'The Empath' by Erica Crouch
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'The Dreamer' by Terra Harmony
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'The Confidant' by Janna Jennings
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'The Adventurer' by Ruth Silver
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'The Dancer' by Kellie Sheridan
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And here's the letter:





The Lost Locket of Lahari Anthology can be purchased from:


Part of the Scavenger Hunt? Follow the blogs on our Master Blog.