Welcome to Theme Song Saturdays, a new weekly meme, hosted by yours truly, in which we share our love of music and books! Since I love books and music, this meme is for fun to try to incorporate those two loves! Whenever I read a book, a certain song -- kind of like a soundtrack or theme song -- plays through my head.
Here's how Theme Song Saturdays work:
- On Saturdays, find a song that reminds you of the current book/series you're reading. In your post, tell us about the song, why it reminds you of the book, and post a video (either official music video or anything with the song you can find on YouTube).
- Grab the Theme Song Saturday button to include in your post.
- When you get your post all up and running, come back here and put a DIRECT link the post in the comments.
- Check out the other people participating and leave comments! As bloggers, we love to get comments, so share the love ^_^
- Everyone is welcome to join! Don't feel the need to participate every week. While I'd love to see you coming back, don't get yourself bogged down.
- In yours posts, have a link back to this intro page, so new participants know the rules.
Previous Theme Song Saturday entries
- Fever series -- Familiar Taste of Poison by Halestorm and The Animal by Disturbed
- A Rush of Wings -- Bloodletting by Concrete Blonde
- A Rush of Wings -- Closer by Nine Inch Nails
- Kitty and the Silver Bullet -- They Can't Take That Away From Me by Billie Holiday
- Kitty and the Dead Man's Hand -- Bonfires by Rosie and Me
- Married with Zombies -- All My Friends are Zombies by the Priscillas
- Horns -- Sympathy for the Devil by Guns 'n Roses
- Jane Was Here -- Nobody Knows Me at All by the Weepies
- Vampire of New York -- System by Chester Bennington
- Death Masks -- Carry On My Wayward Son by Kansas
- Pale Demon -- Highway to Hell by ACDC
- Pale Demon -- Come Pick Me Up by Ryan Adams and The Highway by Audioslave
- Pale Demon -- Voodoo by Godsmack
- The Dark and Hollow Places -- Pass Slowly by Seether
- Blood Rights -- Tied Up, Dried, and Dead to the World by Marilyn Mason