Welcome L.J.K. Olivia to the blog today. She’s sharing with us her top 10 Songs for a Vampire. Take it away L.J.K. . . .
I’m a music junkie. I listen to music when I’m driving, cooking, gardening…and especially when I’m writing. Different songs help me organize my thoughts in a way I would be hard-pressed to do otherwise. For me, a big part of creating a story is also finding the right music to go along with it.
When I think of vampires, the music that inspires me runs the gamut from hard rock to classical. Below are some of the songs I kept returning to while working on my most recent book, The Devil’s Disease. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have!
1. Bloodletting (The Vampire Song)- Concrete Blonde
2. The Vampyre Of Time And Memory- Queens Of The Stone Age
3. If I Was Your Vampire- Marilyn Manson
4. Cry Little Sister- The Anix
5. Rooster- Alice In Chains
6. EAT ME, DRINK ME- Marilyn Manson
7. This Is Where The Sun Is Now- Feral Children
8. Blood On My Name- Brothers Bright
9. Run From Me- Timber Timbre
10. Danse macabre in G Minor, Op. 40- Camille Saint-Saens
In the city by the Bay, things are about to get bloody…
Psychic medium Lena Alan always sticks to what she knows, and what she knows are dead people. When her brother Cyrus agrees to look into a troubling incident for local vampire Seneca Lynch, Lena finds herself in unfamiliar territory.
One thing is clear: she needs a detective, and there’s only one she trusts.
Private investigator Jesper MacMillian is ready to get back to business. Between his duties as leader of the city’s Romani community and the stack of unfinished paperwork on his desk, he doesn’t have time to think about ghosts, witches, or Lena Alan. After nearly a month of no contact, he’s starting to think she’s forgotten about him…until she waltzes through his office door and hands him a new case.
Still reeling from his last encounter with the subversive world, MacMillian is tempted to turn it down. But this is Lena, and he can’t bring himself to tell her no. He soon finds himself drawn even deeper into the shadows, into a part of the demimonde where folklore is real and nightmares are born.
This time, there are more than just ghosts walking the streets of San Francisco.
There are monsters, too.
About the Author:
L.J.K Oliva is the devil-may-care alter-ego of noir romance novelist Laura Oliva. She likes her whiskey strong, her chocolate dark, and her steak bloody. L.J.K. likes monsters… and knows the darkest ones don’t live in closets.
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