1. I’ve seen it done by Alison Bruce, a British crime writer, for example in her novel “Cambridge Blues.” At the very end of the book, after her author’s notes, she gives the soundtrack of the book, explaining that she’s listing the songs that accompanied her while writing this specific book.

    This book was published in 2008, so it’s not a very new concept.

    1. But it was at the end of the book, not at the end of each chapter, meaning that did it exactly like Dan recommended.

      As a reader, I would indeed have been disturbed by the inclusion of this soundtrack in the flow of the book. At the end, even though I personally didn’t much care for it, it didn’t bother me, and I could see how it could potentially interest other readers.


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