Terpsichore in Love: Bemused and Bedeviled
Release Date: May 15, 2013
Publisher: GMTA Publishing, LLC
TOP TEN SONGS TO WRITE TO
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Play – I Must Not Chase the Boys – I love this song! I usually put it on repeat when I’m writing a scene with teenagers (especially good ones on the cusp of becoming bad). I also used a line in the song for the title of my book The Little Girl You Kiss Goodnight.
Brandi Carlile – Turpentine – a moody, evocative pop song. Good with any scene.
Flyleaf – Again – Driving pop song that helps me compose action scenes.
Bond – Explosive and Fuego – Two instrumentals I use to write any scene, especially lighthearted romances.
Meg and Dia – Monster – Another Moody, angst driven song. Helpful as I write teenager related scenes.
Pussycat Dolls – I Hate This Part – Light, frothy song that doesn’t offend my ears when it comes on.
Lily Allen – The Fear – Introspective song that helps me through scenes that involve break-ups and lost love.
Jenna Drey – By the Way (Candlelight remix) Excellent song about love and romance.
Clint Mansell – Lux Aeterna (Requiem for a Dream) – Instrumental, almost epic song that I put on replay regardless of the scene.
Rolling Stones – Gimme Shelter – Same reasons as above. Great Song!
The nine traditional Greek Muses, who are now living on Earth, find their everyday lives disrupted by the appearance of a mysterious mortal who is developing powers beyond human capabilities. After Dan Gordon falls in love with Terpischore, he finds himself in the midst of a power struggle between the forces of Heaven and the denizens of Hades – with the winner claiming his heart and soul.
Bemused and Bedeviled takes you into the drama-filled lives of the nine sisters, headed up by the impetuous Terpischore, oversexed Melpomene, irascible Calliope, and the impossibly cheerful Euterpe. On the dark side, Lucifer and his three Sirens – the level-headed Calypso, wrathful Celestia, and the effervescent Chanteuse – deal with their own darker issues. The representatives of good and evil vie for Dan’s loyalty and allegiance, despite family issues that threaten to rip the very fabric of the universe apart.
John. D. Tucker is a longtime Georgia native who began writing at the age of forty-three. He has self-published three novels: Divisive – a psychological crime thriller, The Little Girl You Kiss Goodnight – a young adult mystery, and Romancing the Fox – a contemporary romance/drama. He seems to be becoming a jack of all genres with his first novel under the GMTA banner – Terpischore in Love (Bemused and Bedeviled Book One) a romantic comedy filled with mythological characters interacting with contemporary mortals.
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