Music has often inspired titles and moments in my stories. The title Substitute for Love I owe to Madonna and The Kiss that Counted to Catie Curtis, for example. What’s rare is when particular songs – their lyrics, tone, power – drive the creativity so much so that I know it’s a song that the characters have heard and responded to as well.
After all, the characters are real people, right?
Take Radiohead’s angry, unvarnished “Creep.” In Captain of Industry, Suzanne Read More