Crazy Train by Ozzy Osbourne
This was definitely the song that stood out to me in the weeks leading up to starting Always be a Wolf. It was the song that encompassed the energy of the book, especially the first few chapters.
Swim by Madonna
Madonna's music has been inspiring me for years and this particular song helps capture a heavy mood during a traumatic time in Chase Jacob's life.
Disassociative by Marilyn Manson
As I said many times, Marilyn Manson's music has always been a huge influence on my writing and his book was no exception. This song definitely captured the mood for the second half of the book, especially near the end.
(Sorry, I was having issues uploading the video...here is the link:-)
Break my Stride
This is a song that unexpectedly came along while doing the edits for the book. In fact, this is one of two songs in the final and ironically, very violent scene.
Summer of '63
Also, a song that popped up at the end of the book, during final edits and it just worked...for so many reasons, it was perfect.
To learn more, check out my own YouTube video where I talk about this in more detail and go to www.mimaonfire.com to learn more about Always be a Wolf as well as the book that precedes it, We're All Animals.