Sunday, October 29, 2006

Blog contest and runes...

Okay, I admit defeat, my mind refuses to come up with a title for my beach read story. So help me out. Come up with a title that is better than my dorky working one of 'Love on the Rocks' and I'll send you a prize. To help you out here's the blurb:

Cassidy Jones needs a holiday and the free loan of her friend, Tammy’s cottage in the small surf town of New Bay sounds perfect.
Battered and bruised from losing her job and her fiancé, Cassidy’s looking forward to some time alone to regroup and recover her confidence.
Josh Parker is also looking forward to a much needed break. Since he set up his on-line consultancy business eighteen month’s earlier he hasn’t taken a holiday. His friend Tammy’s cottage will be an ideal venue for much needed R and R.
The fly in the suncream? Tammy forgot to tell Cassidy and Josh they would have to share.

I'll keep this open till next Sunday - leave your ideas in the comments trail.

Oh, and in case you were wondering about the Runes - my friend Joanna, who has a great book out on Amazon at the moment on reading runes drew a rune for me last night. Now some of you might remember she did this last year when I asked if I would be published.
This year I asked if I would ever sell to M&B. She drew a great rune which said I had to wait for my hard work to mature and a project from last year would come to fruition with great success. Mmmm, here's hoping she's right!

7 comments:

Jessica Raymond said...

Ooh, interesting! :)

Phillipa said...

Nell: I've just read 'Love on The Rocks' - it's the current best seller by Veronica Henry and very good it is too. So it was a good title! But I'll have think...

Nell Dixon said...

ggg. everytime I abbreviate it to LOTR. I think of Lord of The Rings or I think of the Neil Diamond song so I've got to change it!

Anonymous said...

Ah LOTR, now I have images of Legolas in my head :o)
I'll have to think on a title. Maybe something like Love on Holiday?? Or Holiday on The Rocks?
Very nice reading on the runes :o)

Julie said...

Hi Nell!
I started reading Things to Do last night and I'm absolutely loving it!

As for a title for the Beach Read story, how about 'Love's a Beach?'

Julie

Nell Dixon said...

Hugs, Julie! Glad you're enjoying Things to Do. Love these title suggestions, please keep them coming.

Judy Jarvie said...

Hi Nell
I'm newbie to your blog comments but have often lurked as I loved The Cinderella Substitute...

My only suggestions...Holiday Meltdown or Holiday Housemates. Good luck with it.

Jude :)