If it’s Friday, it must be France …
Alloooo, I’m still deep in my revisions and very excited about how things are going for my next novel! In fact, I believe I’ve finally settled on a title *HUGE sigh of relief*. Now I can go back to counting chocolates to fall asleep instead of having possible titles
making me crazy rolling through my head every night.
THE PROMISE OF PROVENCE
What do you think? Here are a few photos to help put you in the mood. See you next week!
Provence is a dream! And so is finding a title. I’m struggling with that right now. It’s so hard to find just the right thing. Glad you’ve found yours.
Titles can be a challenge at times and at others we know right from the start what it needs to be! I’m happy to be able to think about all those other things now!
Thanks, Niamh … makes me want to get back there as quickly as possible!
Patricia Caviglia says
The pictures are gorgeous and I think the title is perfect!
Let’s pack our bags and go! Thanks for the title affirmation … I know you are a good, tough critic!
Jess Witkins says
Bellisima! How do you say beautiful in French?
Congrats on your nearly finished editing! Love the title!
I love the sound in Italian, Jess. Works for me, thanks!
Natalie Hartford says
Congrats on coming towards the end of editing…squeee!!!!!
Thanks, Natalie! Now it’s catch-up time on everyone’s blogs!
sheridegrom - From the literary and legislative trenches. says
Lovely – carry on.
Debra Eve says
I’ll have to try counting chocolates for insomnia. Congrats on the title!
Thanks, Debra! I found chocolates easier to count than sheep – you just have to savour each one as it floats by.
Kristal Hollis says
Ingrid Schaffenburg says
I just adore Provence! Beautiful photos. Thanks for the trip down memory lane and good luck with your novel 🙂
I’m glad those pics brought back some good memories. It’s such a magical part of the world.
Ah, how can I resist such a title (and the pictures)? We were there for just one week in August and it was just about enough to realise that we really need to go again and stay longer…
You are so right, Marina! The sirens of Provence are very difficult to resist …