Anyone who’s been reading any of my advice and opinion stories here on Medium, know that I always have two cents to offer about mostly everything.
You also may have realized by now that one of the topics I really like to write about is music.
I’m a huge music fan, and rarely a day goes by when I don’t spend at least an hour listening to music, mostly on YouTube, but also on my little portable bluetooth speaker.
My point in mentioning this is to emphasize why the Songstories publication is so fun and interesting to me. I get to combine the two loves of my life; music and writing.
The publication encourages you to write about any and everything, as long as it’s related to a song, or songs, and therein lies the awesome part.
The truly special opportunity that you get when you write for Songstories is the chance to create a story that contains some kind of list.
Hold on, before you start to balk, and complain how that’s no different from writing for any other publication, or even publishing your own stories.
What’s So Special about Writing for Songstories?
Here’s what’s so special about the opportunity to write list-related stories for the Songstories publication.
- Normally, when writing and publishing list-related stories somewhere else, you sometimes run out of topic ideas.
When writing and publishing list-related stories on Songstories, you never run out of ideas, because so many theme ideas are contained in the songs you select.
- When you write and publish a list-related story somewhere else, sometimes you have to struggle to think of enough items to go into the list.
This is not the case when writing and publishing them on Songstories. There are countless songs surrounding the same theme, which gives you endless possibilities for list-related stories.
- When you write and publish list-related stories somewhere else, you may not…