THE PERFECT MUSIC PLAYLIST FOR THE MAN SHE MARRIED
Music playlists—what would be the soundtrack of your book?
- “Crocodile Rock,” by Elton John. Why “Crocodile Rock”? Because if I had to choose the song of my life, it would be that one. I remember dancing around to Elton John’s hit in my pajamas with my sisters and brother as a kid, and it still inspires me today. Also, I can see Natalie, Chick, and Justine dancing to it.
- Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony. Best piece of music ever written. I listened to it on my walks when writing The Man She Married about a 100 times, and it seems to fit the plot. Da Da Da DAAAA.
- “Thank You for Being a Friend,” by Andrew Gold. Because this book is about friendships we women have with each other.
- “Back in Black,” by AC/DC. So your girlfriends can rock out before you discuss the book.
- “This is Me,” from The Greatest Showman. Natalie had to find herself again.
- “I Hope You Dance,” by Lee Ann Womack. Because Natalie is learning how to live and dance again.
- “Think,” by Aretha Franklin. Because Natalie is trying to think through everything…and find out why her husband, the man she loves, is lying to her.
- “Born to Fly,” by Sara Evans.
- “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go,” by Bob Dylan.
- “Wide Open Spaces,” by the Dixie Chicks. Because Natalie loved her childhood in the country in eastern Oregon.