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How To Use Music To Better Your Writing Process

The art of the playlist.

Photo by Spencer Imbrock on Unsplash

If you’ve ever found yourself listening to a sombre song, staring out of the window of a car/train/plane, pretending that you’re in a music video clip, you’ll understand that it’s possible for a particular song to create a story in your mind that you have little control over.




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