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How to Make a Book Playlist
If you're reading a novel, you might want a way to relate to it when you're not reading it. Or, there might be a lot of songs that you have been reminded of while reading the novel. If this is the case for you, here's how to make a playlist of songs for your favorite books.
Choose a book.It should be one that you love a lot, because you will be thinking about it a lot.
Make a list of all the important events in the book.Get on iTunes, and find a song for each part that you listed.
Make a list of characters.Get on iTunes, and find a song for each character that you listed.
Make a list of all the places in the novel.If we were doing Divergent, this could include all the factions. Get on iTunes, and find a song for each place.
Make a list of the different groups in the book.If we were doing Harry Potter, this could include the Order of the Phoenix, and the Death Eaters. Get on iTunes, and find a song for each group.
Make a list of chapters.Get on iTunes, and find a song for each chapter.
Make a list of romantic relationships.Get on iTunes, and find a song for each relationship.
Make a list of families.Get on iTunes, and find a song for each family.
Find out if the narrator is a character or an outside onlooker (not in the story, just telling it).If they are an outside onlooker, get on iTunes, and find a song for the narrator.
Make a list of all the enemy relationships.If you were doing Lord of the Rings, this could include Frodo vs Sauron. Get on iTunes, and find a song for each relationship.
Make a list of all the deaths and other character losses.Get on iTunes, and find a song for each character loss.
Make a list of all the battle scenes.Get on iTunes, and find a song for each battle scene.
Make a list of all the plot twist.If we were doing the Fault in Our Stars, this could include when Augustus find out he his relapsing. Get on iTunes, and find a song for each plot twist.
Deal with parts and sections.
- If the novel has sections, make a list of each section. If we were doing Hunger Games, this would include Part 1 and Part 2. Get on iTunes, and find a song for each section.
- If there is more than one book in the series, make a list of all the books in the series.
- If you want, get on iTunes, and find a song for each of the books. If you want, you can also make a separate playlist for the other books.
Get on iTunes to find a bunch of songs that remind you of the book in general.These could be songs that remind you of the book for no apparent reason, or songs that have a certain mood or idea that relates to the book.
- If the book was turned into a movie, get the soundtrack.
- If the book was turned into a musical, get the songs.
- If an artist you like ever says a song was inspired by the book, add that song.
- If there is a movie that is similar to the book, check out that movie's soundtrack and add some of the songs that fit.
Put your iPod on shuffle and enjoy!
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