Seduced by the Screenwriter has a soundtrack! When you see a music symbol in the chapter, listen to the song that accompanies the story. You’ll need to listen on your smartphone, laptop, or another device.
Listening to songs while reading the story is optional, but if you’d like to try it, here’s how.
Option 1: Create a playlist before starting to read the novel.
If you have a subscription to a music streaming service such as Spotify or an account with a music retail store such as iTunes, create a Seduced by the Screenwriter playlist on your device using the names of the songs below. Then when you see a music symbol together with the name of a song in the text, listen to that song in your playlist.
Not interested in creating a playlist? Here are some FREE options.
Option 2: YouTube playlist.
Open your Internet browser. When you see a music symbol together with the name of a song in the text, go to the Seduced by the Screenwriter playlist on YouTube and and listen to that song. Alternatively, you can click on the YouTube link under the song in the list below.
Option 3: Get Spotify Free.
Spotify has a free option. Create a playlist using the song titles below. However, there is no guarantee that all the songs in the playlist will be available for free.
Option 3: Free Song Previews on iTunes.
If you have an iTunes app on your device, you can build a playlist using the titles below or listen to previews of the songs while reading the story. Open the iTunes app and log into the Store. When you see the music symbol together with the name of a song in the text, click on the corresponding Playlist link to the song in the iTunes Store. Click on the song to listen to a preview.
Disclaimer: The iTunes links are more likely to work on Apple devices. Madelle Morgan does not guarantee any links will work on your device. If you’re reading on an ereader, do not have wi-fi, do not have an iTunes account, or have not opened an Internet browser app on your music-listening device, links may not work. Certain songs may not be available on YouTube, Spotify or in the iTunes Store in your country.
1 “Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” performed by Idina Menzel (duet with Michael Bublé), from her album Holiday Wishes.
2 “Girls Just Want to Have Fun,” performed by Cyndi Lauper, from the album She’s So Unusual.
3 “Watching Over You,” performed by Holly McNarland, from the film Men With Brooms.
4 “Dibs,” performed by Kelsea Ballerini, from the album The First Time.
5 “Sexuality,” performed by k.d. lang, from the album All You Can Eat.
6 “Little Man,” performed by Mermaids Exist, from the album Losing Colour.
7 “Kokomo,” performed by The Beach Boys, from the album Still Cruisin’.
8 “Love Me Harder,” performed by Ariana Grande (duet with The Weeknd), from her album My Everything.
9 “Speedboat Chase,” video clip from the film Face/Off (1997) starring John Travolta and Nicholas Cage.
10 “That’s Amore,” performed by Dean Martin, from the album Dean Martin Sings.
11 “Dare to Live,” performed by Andrea Bocelli (duet with Laura Pausini), from his album The Best of Andea Bocelli: Vivere.
12 “Lean on Me,” performed by The Tenors, from the album Under One Sky.
13 “Faith,” performed by Stevie Wonder (featuring Ariana Grande), from the film Sing.
14 “Cold,” performed by Tears for Fears, from the album Elemental.
15 “I Finally Found Someone,” performed by Barbra Streisand (duet with Bryan Adams), from the album The Mirror Has Two Faces.
16 “Goodbye My Lover,” performed by James Blunt, from the album Back to Bedlam.
17 “Stone Cold,” performed by Demi Lovato, from the album Confident.
18 “Girls Just Want to Have Fun,” performed by Cyndi Lauper, from the album She’s So Unusual.
19 “Roar,” performed by Katy Perry, from the album Prism.
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