Song Ideas 3,000 Titles, Phrases and Hooklines by Rick Wicker
To Inspire Songwriters and Lyricists

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The “3,000 Song Ideas” contained in this ebook are designed to jumpstart the creative writing process by providing titles, phrases and starting points with strong development potential. The initial phase of writing is addressed from the perspective that verses and choruses follow and support a strong central idea. Starting off with an interesting turn of phrase or a catchy title can give focus to your writing. This book is not a step-by-step guide to songwriting. HookBooks such as this one are used by many successful songwriters. The benefit to you is greater creativity which can help take your writing to the next level. It may provide just what you’re looking for if you experience occasional “Writer’s Block”. For more great Song Ideas check out Rick's other books - “400 Song Ideas”, “1,000 More Song Ideas for Song/Lyric Writers” and “4,400 Song Ideas: All 3 Books in 1”

About Rick Wicker

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Rick Wicker is author of the highly successful 'Song Ideas' series of Hookbooks. He has been a singer-songwriter for over 40 years and has released 7 albums and written hundreds of songs. Rick worked in the music business in Nashville for nearly 20 years and has had songs signed by leading industry publishers and licensing agencies. For many years song ideas and catchy phrases with development potential were written down as soon as they occurred (the 'Lightbulb On' moment!). Rick recently published the first collection of those ideas titled, "Song Ideas: 3,000 Titles, Phrases and Hooklines to Inspire Songwriters and Lyricists" then followed up with, "1,000 More Song Ideas for Song / Lyric Writers" and "400 Song Ideas" as well as a compilation of all three books, "4,400 Song Ideas: All 3 Books in 1". Some of Rick's other interests include Landscape Photography and Painting.
Published June 1, 2012 by BookBaby. 206 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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