If you read my previous post, you know that I had decided to change the name of my “Pine Mountain Estates” series to “Forest Peak.”
I’m still planning on doing everything else that I wrote about in that post, about adding one book to the series every year after writing a three- to four-book series in another genre.
But when I redid the book cover with “Forest Peak,” I looked at it. And looked at it. And looked at it again.
And I mulled the words over in my mind: Forest Peak. Forest Peak.
Pine Mountain Estates. Pine Mountain Estates.
And I realized that, to me, anyway, “Pine Mountain Estates” sounds better. It has a better ring to it.
Maybe it’s because of the ’80s T.V. show “Twin Peaks.” I never watched it, but I remember the ongoing joke about its title. Since this is a family-friendly blog, I won’t go into it.
Suffice to say that it reminds me of Hooters restaurants. A-hem.
Regardless of whether I’ve got a negative subconscious association with the word “peak”, I think I still would prefer “Pine Mountain Estates.”