Tia’s Top Five Songs at the Moment by Tia Fielding – Guest Blog

Long and Short Reviews welcomes Tia Fielding who is visiting with us to celebrate the recent release of Ten, a Love by Numbers story.

Tia’s Top Five Songs at the Moment

Okay, so this might be a bit boring to some, but I listen to music and find songs that remind me of the story I’m writing or a character in the story or just a mood in a scene. That’s why I’m showing you my current Love by Numbers-series related songs!

And fair warning, there’s a lot of music in Ten. There won’t be as much in the other parts, I don’t think, because none of the people are musicians. This list will have “Ten songs” as well as songs I associate with Four (the next part of the series that’s going to be out some time the coming summer) and #3 that I’m currently writing.

So buckle up, my dears, here’s some songs for you to listen to!

1. Northern Wind by City and Colour – This one of the two songs that I associate the most in Makai and Emil. It’s absolutely beautiful, and it ends up wrapping up the book in a lovely, touching scene.

2. Do I Wanna Know? by Arctic Monkeys – This is the other Emil and Makai song. It relates to the story a lot too. You’ll see….

3. Redbone by Childish Gambino – I literally just wrote a scene in book #3 where this song plays in a bar just as the main characters of that book meet for the first time. Which characters are they? Well, I guess you’ll have to wait and see, eh?

4. FMLYHM by Seether – Just so you know, the song title means “F*ck Me Like You Hate Me” and it’s mentioned in book #2. It becomes evident why in book #3.

5. Higher Ground by Rasmussen – This song is something pretty much all the characters in the series would love. Especially Doc Donovan from Ten. The song was Denmark’s entry for the Eurovision Song Contest in 2018. If you look it up, I recommend the performance video for it. Trust me, you’ll love it. *wink*

So there you have it, my Top Five songs that I relate to the Love by Numbers series. I hope you enjoy Ten, and have a lovely winter and spring, wherever you are!

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Ten years.

That’s what Makai lost for a crime he didn’t commit. He’s been exonerated, but the abuse he suffered in prison isn’t so easy to leave behind. He heads to the one place he remembers being happy: Acker, Wisconsin, where he spent summers with his grandpa. Unfortunately, not everyone wants Makai there.

Ten days.

That’s how long Emil, now twenty-one, was held prisoner as a teenager. The mental and physical injuries he suffered at the hands of a drug trafficking ring still haunt him.

Nightmares, anxiety, and PTSD challenge the connection forming between Makai and Emil, though together, they might find a way to move beyond their pain and into a future—and a relationship—that both had thought impossible.
Now they just have to convince Emil’s father, the town sheriff. It won’t be easy with danger closer than they know….

About the Author: Tia Fielding is a Finnish LGBTQ+ romance author. She lives in a small middle-of-nowhere town surrounded by nature and silence, just like she prefers. Tia identifies as genderqueer, but isn’t fussy about pronouns, because her native language doesn’t have gender-specific ones. She’s a lover of caffeine, sarcasm, peppermint, cats and dogs, sleeping and witty people.

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