From Radney's publisher, Shari Smith at Working Title Farm: The Oxford Dictionary defines “working title” as “a temporary or provisional title given to a film, book, or other product or project." They’re pretty snooty, those Oxford people. All the Southern writers I know say, “It ain’t near done yet.” I named my company and little piece of the world, Working Title Farm. It ain’t near done yet. The guest cabin needs rewiring and new curtains. I reckon interior walls would be good, too but it sits, surrounded by pines and hardwoods, on a North Carolina mountain, and was home to Radney Foster for a solid week of writing his book. Working Title Farm reminds us that it aint done until it’s done and tells us what it wants to be. It’s our job to listen, to pay attention. Radney Foster’s book wants to be For You To See the Stars. It’s almost done.