Celebrating the release of Legends of the Veil with a Music Monday for Colors of A Soul
1. You Will Be Found- Dear Evan Hansen
Colors of A Soul is all about both Jason and Kelsey trying so hard to be understood, to be seen and cared for as they really are.
2. Waving Through A Window- Dear Evan Hansen
I feel like this song describes the way Jason is in the beginning of the story so well, how he’s surrounded by couples, afraid to reach out and talk to anyone, ashamed of attending his couples vacation by his lonesome after a bad breakup. Kelsey is the first one to bring him out of that depression, to see who he really is.
3. Illusion- VNV Nation
This VNV song is so fragile, so tremulous that I think it fits those hesitant, early feelings of a romance where both people are trying to figure out what this is and where they stand.
4. Space and Time- VNV Nation
For some reason, industrial music makes me think of the fae, though I can’t explain that one. Regardless, Space and Time has this deep intensity to it that helped me enter big emotional scenes every time.
5. A Million Dreams- Taylor Davis Instrumental Version
One of the things I love the most about Jason and Kelsey are that both of them are dreamers. Kelsey’s a fae who dreams of a simple life, of being a human, and Jason’s an artist trapped in a life that no longer fits him. Together, they have the chance at all their dreams coming true.
What’s your next project on the horizon: Forged Alliances will be up for pre-order come November!
Grab a copy of Legends of the Veil to dive into Colors of A Soul!
Slip into the seelie realm with this collection of paranormal short stories dedicated to ancient magical creatures with the power of silver tongues and a talent for trickery.
LEGENDS OF THE VEIL, the fourth action-packed anthology in the Summer of Supernaturals series featuring fae from nine of today’s best urban fantasy and paranormal romance authors.
Featured Authors: Courtney Shockey, DJ Shaw, Joynell Schultz, Katherine McIntyre, Laura Greenwood, Laurie Treacy, Fleur Smith, Miranda Lynn, and Pauline Creeden.