A Lust No More

For the past few weeks, I have seen Cyn Balog's Fairy Lust novel mentioned on several blogs and have...yes, lusted for it. I thought the cover was stunning and the title easy peasy to remember. I decided to visit her site a few days ago, only to find out that the title is to be changed. Bummer!

Today in Cyn's Blog she announced that the title was officially changed and that anyone who wanted to take a guess at the new title was more than welcome to. I know several have posted their ideas, but as of yet, none have had the correct answer. Why not check it out and see what you can come up with?
UPDATE: Cyn announced the new title of her much anticpated novel. Fairy
Lust is now Fairy Tale.

2 comments on "A Lust No More"

Steph wrote: January 7, 2009 at 11:35 AM

Oh, hey, I'd never been on your blog before! Just noticed a link to me there and I wanted to thank you :)

Also: I love the name title. It's a better fit for that book, actually, because Cyn was not kidding when she said there's NO lusty scenes.


Darling Diva wrote: January 7, 2009 at 12:29 PM

Hiya Steph
This is my new blog. I had another blog that mixed my personal life with my love of books and it just got a bit messy. So...this blog was one of my new year's resolutions. Thank you for stopping by :)

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