Stranger at Sunset partners with iTunes

Followers of my blog know I’ve been featuring music here on Mondays for several years, so months before Stranger at Sunset was to be released, I posted songs as clues for the book. It was a fun way to provide hints about the storyline, and it also highlighted music I enjoyed.

As a result of my love for music, Apple app developer and CEO of 2 for Life Media Inc., Diane Hall, helped me set up another avenue to get exposure for my book. If you have an iTunes account and have enjoyed the song clues I left, (plus a few more that were included in the book), pick up the playlist, or buy any of the songs individually. Just hit the compilation of albums below to launch your iTunes account, and you’ll be able to sample and/or buy all 15 songs.

itunes playlist Screen shot 2014-07-20 at 11.25.09 PM

 

“Taking Care of Business” is an upbeat tune by BTO and also the name of a pivotal chapter in Stranger at Sunset. It’s included in my playlist.

I have to get back to taking care of business myself, so pick up a copy of my book if you want a great summer read!

No Kindle, no problem! You can download it with a Kindle App for just about any electronic device (Click here to get one). If you own a computer, smart phone, iPad, or iPod touch, then you are able to download my e-books.

Have a great week,

~ eden

 

 

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20 responses to “Stranger at Sunset partners with iTunes

  1. Very savvy that Eden Baylee is I tell ya. I could learn a lot from a person like her.

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  2. RobHyman

    I have already learned a lot from the erudite and tricky Eden!

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  3. Sorry I missed out on this song list and the clues to the book you originally posted. It’s a great song list, it has to be said. ‘Something’, an underplayed Beatles gem, not least for the haunting Harrison middle eight; ‘I Can See Clearly Now’, classic song of love, loss and hope; ‘You’re So Vain (I bet you think this song is about you, don’t you…)’ I loved when it came out in 1972, not least for its message. I’d not heard ‘Windmills…’ by Dusty Springfield, but she was always a class singer. As for ‘Mad World’, what an immensely melancholic song, but full of truth! I rewrote the words to ‘Mad World’ to make it rather more hopeful, and performed it at my niece’s wedding nearly ten years ago; I titled it ‘Glad World’. Miles Davis and Billy Joel, ‘She’s Always A Woman’ … respect Ms B.

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  4. It’s always a great week because you’re in it! xox

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  5. I meant “clever”!

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  6. You are amazing, Eden! Great idea– something I would never have thought of. Do you think your adds in NYC are helping you with sells?

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  7. Following your blog is a pleasure, Eden, and an education.

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  8. M.Lee

    Great playlist! I’m really enjoying your book.

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  9. What a great idea, Eden!

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