Thanks so much dear friends, for participating in the Pick A New Title for my novel survey. You’ve given me valuable information about which names spark the reader's interest. I realize that some of you wanted to judge the titles based on the plot, but my purpose at this point was to find out which titles had “grabbing” power. So without further delay, here they are. Drumroll, please.
1. Mussolini’s Secret
2. The Incident at Capodichino
3. Remembering Sofia.
Because of your comments, I will also be changing the name of the village in my novel to something other than Capodichino because of the difficulty remembering and pronouncing it.
Again, many thanks! You made a difficult task a lot of fun!
This week I got a great tip on a fantastic lens at a seminar at B & H Photo in New York. The instructor was describing lenses that cost thousands of dollars, but happened to mention that their 50 mm f/1.4 lens for $89.00 was one of the best deals Canon offers. Of course, I promptly bought it. This shot of Tiffany's doors was taken with my brand new lens at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. What do you think? Is there enough green in the doors?