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Author Topic: Titles of Mine (Part 1)  (Read 456 times)
OkwuNanya01
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To be quite honest with you: books are life!


« on: June 05, 2018, 07:00:04 PM »

Some of these (actually most of them) were from a book title generator, but there are some that I made up. I want your opinions on them. Tell me which ones are your favorite and tell me what they would be about. Enjoy!
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 -Dust's Moonlight

-Water Wall

-Cosmic Elysium

-The Accidental Exiles

-If Love Will Sail

-The One-Eyed Path

-The Cobra and The Crown

-The Hippie in the Library

-The Schemes of Ecstasy

-A Rain of Mercury

-Echoes of Vengeance

-An Evil Kind of Clever

-Me and the Rest of the Universe

-Cody's Quilt

-The Purity of Hell

-Graveyard Dolls

-The Town in the Suitcase-

-Flawed Souls

-The Lord of the Wilderness

-Wedding Unwanted

-Bones of the Heart

-The Black Griffin

-A Gamble with Fire

-Discovering Duke

-Love's Blood

-The Bronze Spider

-The Liar's Land

-The Ice Cloak

-A Great Day to be Dead

-The Heart of the Sky

-Illegal Questions

-Punk's Peak

-Pleasure for Murder

-A Dose of Velvet

-A Sad Gamble

-Calculated Poison

-Laughing Planets
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« Reply #1 on: June 05, 2018, 07:44:08 PM »

Seriously? Choose from among 35-40 titles? Since I have no idea of your story's premise, my preference would be pointless.

BTW, if (when) you get a publishing contract, the publisher's marketing department may very well decide the title, so be prepared for that little hiccup.
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OkwuNanya01
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To be quite honest with you: books are life!


« Reply #2 on: June 05, 2018, 07:55:40 PM »

Seriously? Choose from among 35-40 titles? Since I have no idea of your story's premise, my preference would be pointless.

BTW, if (when) you get a publishing contract, the publisher's marketing department may very well decide the title, so be prepared for that little hiccup.

Well, I'm actually not using these titles for any kind of story (anytime soon anyway; that is my fault for not specifying that). I just wanted to share them and see what people thought of them, that's all. However, I do apologize for the long list; I should've cut it down to 15 or less.
 
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« Reply #3 on: June 06, 2018, 09:45:35 AM »

The only one that piqued my interest was The Town in the Suitcase. It gave me a charming visual for a YA book. The rest of the titles were a big yawn to me.
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« Reply #4 on: June 06, 2018, 01:50:50 PM »

The only one that piqued my interest was The Town in the Suitcase. It gave me a charming visual for a YA book. The rest of the titles were a big yawn to me.

That was my sister's favorite too Smiley
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