Thursday, October 24, 2013

Groovin' To Creepy Hollow

Creepy Hollow is absolutely one of my favorite indie series. Each novella is filled with the magical fae world created by Rachel Morgan.  
And now, guess who has the inside scoop to the tunes of the Creepy Hollow series?!

Me and You!
Check it out...

Creepy Hollow Playlist For Creepy Hollow: the forest, the magic, and all the creatures in it: Main Title from Edward Scissorhands

For any of the seriously creepy scenes, like Underground or the Unseelie Court: Black, by Sarah McLachlan (It has to be the X-files version. It sounds the creepiest!)

For the graduation ball, the dancing, and the big moment of realization Vi has: All About Us, by He Is We feat. Owl City

For the gazillion glow-bug butts moment (you know what I'm talking about if you've read it!): Meteor Shower, by Owl City

For all the actions scenes: The Best of Epic Music 2012 (I know the dude on the thumbnail is kinda scary, but the music is awesome!)

Remember "that kiss" inside the hidden passage at the Seelie Court? Hotness alert! Kiss Me, by Katy Perry (I'm going with the passion and feeling of this song and not the alienness, 'cause that kinda creeps me out, and not in a good way!)

For the overall feeling and state of mind after all the STUFF at the end of the second book (!): The One That Got Away, by The Civil Wars (thanks, Krista McLaughlin, for the suggestion!)

And this one's for Nate: This Night, by Black Lab

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Rachel is currently touring the blogoverse to spread the word about the final book in the Creepy Hollow series, The Faerie War. You can find it at the following online retailers (and if you haven't yet read the first two books in the series, you can find out where to get them on this page):



 About Rachel:
 Rachel Morgan was born in South Africa and spent a large portion of her childhood living in a fantasy land of her own making. After completing a degree in genetics, she decided science wasn’t for her—after all, they didn’t approve of made-up facts. These days she spends much of her time immersed in fantasy land once more, writing fiction for young adults.
And don't forget the giveaway!


  1. All good songs.


    Hugs and chocolate,

  2. Thank you so much for hosting me today and sharing my playlist :-)

  3. Congratulations to Rachel on finishing the series!

  4. Congratulations, Rachel!
    And enjoyed the songs :)

  5. I think 'Kiss Me' is the best pick of the list. Coo playlist and congrats Rachel. I agree Gwen that this is one of the best indie series ever.

    1. I still love that song, Sheena, even after hearing it so many times!

  6. Haven't heard of this series, until now. Sounds intriguing!

  7. Congrats to Rachel! That's a great playlist.


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