Scene Prompt #37: Sounds Right

Does your story have a soundtrack? For this prompt, pick a song that resonates somehow with the story you’re telling. A song without words is probably best, but pick whatever you want. Listen to it, over and over if you need to, until you can feel it affecting you, summoning a scene in your mind and informing the prose, the rhythm of your sentences.

Got it?

Write the scene.

Book that Inspired this Prompt

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That’s it for me!

How about you? How do you capture the mood of your scenes? Tell us in the comments!

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