I have a guest with me this week, my dear friend Karen Stone Young, whom I met back in the 1980s when we were both writing for Silhouette Romance.
Karen and I have remained close ever since, and now she’s with me at Chautauqua Institution for our week on the American West.
There are two kinds of house guests at Chautauqua, those who “get” what goes on here, and those who haven’t a clue. Karen is the first and we spent a lovely day at lectures, a chamber music concert and now a walk to the lake followed by the Charlotte Ballet in our outdoor amphitheater. Life is good, but my blog will necessarily be short.
Last Friday I asked you for suggestions for titles for my new book in progress. You were great, and I much appreciate your input. Would you like to give a little more?
Right now the following titles are in the running. My publisher could squelch them all, but we hope not. Do you have a favorite? Let me know.
- The Color of Light (suggested by one of my readers)
- The Color of Dreams
- The Color of Sunlight
- The Light of Distant Stars
- The Distant Light of Stars
Would you pick up a book with any of these titles simply because you found them evocative and wanted to know more?
I love the way you respond when I ask a question, and even if I can’t answer every one of you personally, please know I pay close attention to everything you say.