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Good luck with the competition! Sheikhs stories are always intriguing…About the imaginary Kingdom’s name… Has it to be imaginary too or has it to mean anything in Arabic (?) – the most famous word I remember in Arabic is “I love you” since a charming Egyptian man deeply fell in love with me some years ago… (yes, it’s true).Book prizes? Here’s my entry!
Can't wait to read your entry, Michela - and wonder what happened to the charming Egyptian man?
Sharon - here are the names I've thought. MAKHARIAN or KARISHAN; some more exotic names might be BANSHIR or YANSHIR.
Howzabout 'Jumiaaz' or 'Maj al Simander'?
Fantastic! Keep them coming!
How about Azurastan, Azuria, or Elasia.From Andrea
I have been googling arabic for this one! How about Njmh al Wahh - Star Oasis?Rachael
Golden sands, azure skies... I love your description, Sharon. I can almost smell the Jasmine.I had to look this one up, but my suggestion is "Jannat al-'adn". It means Gardens of Everlasting Bliss. A close second was "Jannat al-na'im" - The Gardens of Delight. I like that one, too.Good luck, Sharon! (Great photo, by the way!)
Gosh, these are all brilliant....Gardens of Everlasting Bliss sounds even better in English, Dan!Good news - my book (with Russian hero, Nikolai Komarov) has just been accepted and will be called TOO PROUD TO BE BOUGHT.Will run this competition for a few days longer as I'm enjoying it so much - and don't forget that you have a last last few days to enter the NEW VOICES contest at: http://www.romanceisnotdead.com/
Congratulations on the new book, Sharon! It sounds intriguing...
Yes! Congratulations, Sharon! You already know that I can’t wait to read about Kolja (good choice!) and the title is intriguing too. Sadly I’ll have to wait longer here in Italy…
How about 'Switzerland'. Love Mark
Şḩrāʼ al-Ābrāj(Desert of Constellations)I've written a guide book which you may well find handy - 'Şḩrāʼ al-Ābrāj: land of the shifting sands under the constant stars'TC x
Coming in late - but how about Quazain / Eratazia / Bethezaba. Ummm not sure about these - and funnily enough I used to live in Quatar and Saudi Arabia! Caroline x
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These entries are so good that I'm allowing another day if anyone still wants to have a go.....Oh, and the NEW VOICES writing competition run by Mills & Boon goes live today. Always longed to write a romance of your own? Go visit!http://newvoices-live.fiennes.org/
oy too much cleavage swirdy !!!!!!!