Wednesday, March 23, 2011

FREE Download from Scholastic!

This week I'm drafting like a wild-eyed mad writer, trying to keep my momentum on this new middle-grade novel and getting stuck in the *wilds* of the dreaded middle . . . . dum, dum, dum, dum!!! I'm out of breath just writing this . . . cuz I always get this sick, nervous, but *terribly excited* feeling, too, while writing a new book. How about you? That's one reason I like to do it FAST. I can only run on adrenaline for so long before burning out. So my blog posts are gonna be short and sweet for the next few weeks . . .

AND since I have a lot of new followers the past few months I decided to post again about an amazing free download of the original music for my book trailer of The Healing Spell, written by the fabulously talented folks at Nua Music, played and sung by Bet Fonua.

Scholastic negotiated the rights to offer the FULL 4-MINUTE "Treater Woman" song on their site for the next 18 months!!! That's how much they love it!

The TREATER WOMAN song is SOOOOOO wonderful! I've listened to it over and over and over again and love it more every time. It's one of those songs that just grows on ya!

You can listen free from Scholastic's website or actually SAVE (download) the song to your Mac or PC and then I-Pod, MP3 player, or burn it to a disc!!!

Here's the link!

And tell me what you think! I'd love to hear!

Happy Wednesday!



Donea Lee said...

Hi Kimberley!! Sounds like you've been busy, busy, busy! That's great. I wish I could whip my stories out quickly...but, they like to take their sweet time. :)

Listened to the song - that's so awesome that your book has a theme song! It seems perfect, about the bayou, it's slow, lazy-day rhythm makes me think of a hot summer, just kickin' back on a porch swing. Nice!

Donna Weaver said...

Thanks for the link!

Allie said...

Thank you for the link. I hope to get to the book late this week or next and I am going to put the song on my iPod for atmosphere while reading! :)

Allie (aka TheBookstalker)



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