If it was not for music, I truly believe that I would not be a writer right now.When I was 12, I wrote my first song. I also was learning to play the drums. After (less than) a month of playing the drums, I decided "I want to play the guitar." So, I traded my drum set for a guitar and an amp. While still learning the drums, I learned to play the guitar. It came very naturally for me.When I was 14, I was in the studio recording a song. The bass player that was playing for me... He... Just wasn't playing the way I wanted him to. So, that day for the first time, I picked up the bass and I played the song MYSELF. And we recorded me playing it. (I am an AMAZING bass player - is that bragging?).Between the ages of 12 and 22, I have wrote over 500 songs. That's lyrics, music, everything. To me, A song is a lot like a book. Each and every song tells a story. It's a part of me that I'm sharing.I think music gave me a lot of experience with writing. Music is poetry. Also, it gave me lots of confidence. If it wasn't for music, I know I wouldn't be where I am today... As a writer, or a person.
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I received the ARC of Redheads are Soulless by Heather M. White from SupaGirl Tours for review. The opinions are my own.