Every now and then I dream up what I imagine will be a SUPER title for a novel or short story, and write it down in a lovely notebook. It tends to happen after I've popped a paracetamol, oddly enough. For a headache or a cold. Or, if I have the remnants of a song swishing about in my brain. Which could explain things.
I was skimming through said notebook earlier, looking for the number of a handy-man (it's not all observations and whimsy you know. Sometimes I write shopping lists), and on various pages came across the following ...
Poss. novel title -
Whistling for Lettuce (??)
Truth for the Jellyfish
Radio Happy (ahem)
Harriet Gets a Life
Glitterballs and Gladrags (hangs head in shame)
Good SS Title (Short Story, not German combat unit)
Under the Gumbo Tree
End of Season
Hats off to Harry
Over the Rainbow
As far as I know I haven't used any of them myself so, please. Feel free to help yourself...
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