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Top 10 Favorite Songs to Listen To While Writing by Kate SeRine

I must have music playing at all times when writing. It’s an indispensable part of my writing process that helps me set the tone for the scenes. And each book has its own “soundtrack” that I listen to. With Stop at Nothing, the first book in my Protect & Serve series, I listened to a wide variety of music, spanning various music styles.

Here’s just a small sample:

  1. The One That Got Away by The Civil Wars
  2. Come with Me Now by Kongos
  3. Big Enough by Taddy Porter
  4. Collide by Howie Day
  5. Let the Sparks Fly by Thousand Foot Krutch
  6. Strong by London Grammar
  7. Not Over You by Gavin DeGraw
  8. Love Runs Out by OneRepublic
  9. Bloodletting by Concrete Blonde
  10. Ocean Floor by The Greencards

About Kate SeRine

Kate SeRine writes award-winning romantic suspense and paranormal romance. A past recipient of an Emily Award and the National Readers Choice Award, she has also been a finalist in the Fire and Ice Contest, Finally a Bride Contest, and the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence. She lives with her husband and two sons outside Indianapolis, Indiana. Connect with Kate at www.kateserine.com.

About Stop At Nothing

When a high-profile investigation goes wrong, FBI Agent Kyle Dawson is transferred back home where he is forced to confront his demons…and the only woman he ever loved. Three years ago, Kyle and Abby Morrow shared a wild, passionate summer—then Abby broke his heart. 

Now she needs his help

Kyle never stopped loving Abby. So when Abby uncovers evidence of a human-trafficking ring, leading to her sister's kidnapping, he swears he’ll stop at nothing to bring her sister home and keep Abby safe. Caught in a lethal game of cat and mouse and blindsided by their own explosive desires, they must set aside the past before it’s too late.

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