Thought it would be fun to see what everyone is working on in a brief way. So here's the drill for this thread: Give us the title you are working on (all caps), and then a ten-word description of it (init cap only). E.G.
THE WEDNESDAY DAUGHTERS. Friendship, love, and Beatrix Potter in the English Lake District.
If you're on twitter, add the hashtag #ATitleAndTen there and add a link or @shewritesdotcom to help spread the word about this wonderful place Kamy has created!
And yes, if you use more than ten words after the title, I will exercise the mighty group moderator delete button!
:-) love the description, Nancy!
THE FUR'S GONNA FLY, Children's Novel: Hare + horse+ squirrel=friends, aliens kidnap, friends rescue!
Nice title. Very visual :)
This sounds so fun!
Love that title! Aliens? Really? Would love to know more of the story. (I'm working on a children's book too -- actually as couple of them if I can ever concentrate for longer than 10 minutes!)
FOWL PLAY -- Prince kidnapped. Girl, witch, leprechaun, dragon come to the rescue.
(This is hard!!)
>(This is hard!!)
It is, isn't it? But also so useful. Really makes you focus on the core of your book.
Title is too general- reminds smth we already read/heard about. The description is good.
I love old houses - so evocative. I've actually never written a novel that doesn't feature an old house.
KIWI IN THE REALM OF RA
A magical cat takes her human and feline pals on an adventure to Egypt to find the troublesome tom, Dev, before history is changed forever
Intriguing. Can you cut it down to 10 words? That would be a great exercise.
What a great idea!
The Grandson: English au pair finds love with Italian-American in Tuscany