Sep 8, 2014

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Question – If There Was A Book About You, What Would The Title Be?

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Last Thursday, Carina Press posted this question on Facebook and I spotted it via Thea Harrison.  I loved is so much I just had to make it this week’s Question!

If there was a book about you, what would the title be?

Thea’s answer was “I’m Making It Up As I Go”.  I Love it!

As for me…  Well, I found this more difficult than I thought it would be lol.  My first was “Just Keep Smiling” but that made it sound like my life is sad and it most definitely is not.  “Oh So Lucky” was another option but then I thought that some people might bring that into the gutter and I don’t want my book title ending up there 😉  Then I thought of the ever-so-true “Why Am I So Stressed?” but that’s sort of silly.  And I feel a book title that is also a question should have an answer that people would discover by the end of the book and I can’t tell you specifically why I’m stressed, just that I am almost all the time lol.  Well, that’s not totally true either but let’s move on ;D

Not coming up with anything not dumb, I asked Jason.  He emailed me this as his answer:


LMAO!  Maybe a little true…but still not completely accurate.

So even after all that, I think I’ll stick with simple.  “Happy with a Side of Overwhelmed and a Dash of Sarcasm”.  Or maybe go simple with “Just Julie”.  Those who know me would say that last one while shaking their head a bit yet still smiling but I think the simple route may work best when it comes to me.

So how about you?  If your life was a book, what would the title be?


  1. LOL Jason’s answer is the best!
    My book title will be: “No, she didn’t! Yes, she did!” 🙂

  2. Northwoman says:

    Hmm, well my first reaction was –

    Not What You Expect

  3. Just chasing my tail

  4. Too funny. I was actually just discussing this exact question with my boyfriend, and then I come on your site and see this post. Great minds think alike apparently. 🙂 My guy’s answer was “Raindrops on Glass.” I think the most fitting title for me would be “Dancing without a Safety Net” or maybe better abbreviated to “Without a Safety Net.” For 10 different reasons, but primarily because I’ve done some pretty entertaining things in my life, but I’ve never had anyone to bail me out if things went awry, even when young, which made everything that much more exciting (and terrifying).

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