Saturday, April 28, 2012

Y Day

Yet another set of Yarns. I know You Yearn for more! Satisfy Your Yen with these Y titles...

YOU ARE MINE - Thriller. Old Charlie Sterling dies in a nursing home, but confesses to being a serial killer in his journal and leaves clues of where he disposed of the bodies and who his accomplice/protege was.

YES, MAYBE, NO - YA Thriller. Cedra Porter always snoops for a scoop as the top journalist in high school, but going undercover for an expose gets her into serious trouble.

YAWN, ASK ME LATER - Romance. Super genius turned wealthy tycoon Eugene "El Jefe" Nordley is looking for his next million dollar sure thing and gets hooked by a pretty philanthropist.


NO Y WVDs either!! Yes, it's unbelievable.
So here are some WVDs from Yester-Year...

cophle - (cof-fle) abbreviated form of cop a feel, "Did he cophle you at the movies?"

firsin - the first time you commit a sin, like a virgin sin

punveign - where your blood goes to get corny jokes

*Titles invented to be written later and the WVDs (word verification definitions) collected and defined by Yours Truly.

15 comments:

Heather M. Gardner said...

Oh. Groan. punveign! Ugh!
So bad its good.

I like all three. I like the thriller one the most. :)

1 more letter!
HMG

Madeline Mora-Summonte said...

YOU ARE MINE would make an awesome thriller/horror novel. :)

Dana said...

I love your idea for You are Mine!

I'm LOL over cophle. Ha!

Betty Alark said...

Like that word yearn. Stop by my blog and see why?
Great post!


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M.J. Fifield said...

Three more winning book pitches. I especially like the sound of the first two.

Tyrean Martinson said...

Punveign - LOL - thank you! Plus, I love all your titles, and although I'm not a fan of horror, the first one with the whole protogee thing sounds intriguing and creepy at the same time.
Nice post!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Punveign is funny!

Amy said...

Those words are too funny - I especially like punveign! :)

Christine Rains said...

HA! Hilarious WVD's today! :)

Jaycee DeLorenzo said...

You Are Mine sounds awesome! Someone: Go!

Melanie Schulz said...

You are mine looks very interesting.

michelle said...

Yawn Ask Me Later - (because my brains are fried...)in keeping with the fatigue caused by A to Zee'ing? LOL!

Francene Stanley said...

Well done with your 'y' definitions and yarns.


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Tara Tyler said...

you guys are great! thank ye kindly!