What a C-R-A-Z-Y month this has been! I’ve worked more and been busier this past month than any other month I can remember. Yeesh!
But now I’m on vacation until next week. Actually, I just returned from Florida where I went to Universal Studios and saw the AMAZING Harry Potter parks. Don’t worry, I’ll post pictures and do a separate post about that, but I had no time while there to update you all. Yes, I DID buy a wand, but you’ll have to wait until that post to find out whose it was. I don’t think any of you would expect me to buy the one I did.
Since returning yesterday from Florida, I’ve been trying to get back into my writing. Aside from blogging infrequently, I haven’t been able to write a thing the last two months because of how busy I’ve been. And it has almost brought me to tears. I wake up in the morning so inspired and energized to write, but by the time I get home from work 12 hours later, my brain is mush, and I have not the energy or wherewithal to get any writing done.
I’m hoping this week I’ll be able to get a significant chunk completed on the latest rewrite of my first book. I plan to begin sending it out again to agents at the beginning of the year. And I’ve been thinking about changing the title to the series.
You can see from the sidebar that the current series title is The Phantom Apprentice.
While that has been its title for many years, I’m wondering if something else might be better. I refer you to this post, and this one, to get an idea of what my books are about so you can help me decide if I should change my title.
Which title of the ones listed below is more entrancing, appealing, curious, etc? Could you tell me why?
I appreciate any and all suggestions and votes. It is extremely helpful to have other writers’ opinions on this. Because you’re also readers and know what readers will read. Right? 🙂
Choices for Series Titles:
1. The Phantom Apprentice
2. Secrets of the Setaparts
3. The Last Setapart
4. Tales of the Last Setapart
5. The Phantom League
Choices for Book One Titles:
1. Book of the Scribes
2. The Restoration of Ava Monaghan
Thoughts? I honestly am not a huge fan of any of them, but we’re our own worst critics, so what do I know?
Oh! Just FYI, I will be returning to my series on the Science of Injury over the next few days, after this post and the one about Harry Potter world.
Thanks for all your input! I need the help, clearly!
“The intellectual mind judges a book after having read it.
A fool’s mind judges a book by its title.”
― Ellen J. Barrier