Collaborative Book Project: Your Votes Count

Work has continued apace since the last time I posted on this topic: the book's theme has been chosen by you dear reader (kitchen garden), Emma's set up a swanky Google Group for us to beaver away in and we've all been in there from time to time discussing which charity the book's profits should go to, ideas for content and even posted the first fledgling articles about garlic and composting. It's very exciting :)

Our thoughts have also turned to the all important, make or break name for the book. We've brainstormed all sorts of ideas and need your help once more in deciding which one is the best. We're aiming to sum up in one catchy title that whilst the book's about kitchen gardening, it's also by bloggers, so it's going to be very different to the usual 'how to' kind of manual. We'd like you to vote for the title which you think sums this up in the best way and would make you want to read the book. Miss Fuggles has set up a poll for you to add your votes - don't worry if more than one title takes your fancy - you can vote for as many as you like. The important thing is to take this link and vote now as the poll closes tomorrow!


  1. Those are some very fun and creative titles. I wish you all the best in this endeavor.

  2. I agree with, creative and clever titles! gail

  3. I missed this first post about this project, VP--an interesting and clever idea! I'll be interested in seeing the finished project. I did vote, but it was hard to choose--so many creative titles!

  4. Hi everyone - thanks for your positive comments and votes!

    The winning title is - drum roll please....

    Dig, Grow, Eat, Blog :)

    We will probably use another of the runners up as a strapline under the main title.


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