For those of our Disney followers who saw me, with my husband R.J., on his FB video log today, you already know about the "contest challenge" I'm going to address in my blog.
As I've mentioned in past months, R.J. and I are writing our third book on the early decades of Walt Disney World, and our work there. We have chosen a title for the book: Imagination And Dreams Are Forever. However, we need a sub-title to make it clear to readers what we're writing about. That's where the challenge for you comes in.
The sub-title has to encompass the following: 1) that this is about Walt Disney World in its first years, and 2) that we did work there then and these are our personal reflections. In addition, we will begin the book with a brief look at how Walt envisioned the property, and how it came to be following his untimely death. WDW was Walt's dream, his legacy, and for us it will always be "WALT Disney World".
So, that should give you enough info to spur your thinking, and submit your idea. Remember that this sub-title cannot be too long and wordy.
If you do want to give it a try, simply messenger your submission to R.J. on Facebook, on his site Randy Jack Ogren. You have until July 31st to submit.
The winner will be chosen by us and our publisher at Theme Park Press. You will receive a personally autographed copy of the book, and your efforts will be mentioned in either the introduction or the acknowledgements section.
We're looking forward to reading all the ideas, and selecting one that will truly compliment our title!