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Posted: 1/23/2011 4:19 PM PST
I can think of a few...
1. One Thing
3. The Simplicity of Secrecy
And depending on who the MAIN character is:
1. Summer In Eternity
1. Just Out Of Reach
2. See Deeper
1. A Quiet Addiction
2. Forgiveness and Withdraw
By the way, I read a series--The Mortal Instruments--in which there was a character with the name Sebastian and the last name Fray.
Hope I helped!
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Posted: 10/10/2010 11:36 AM PDT
Usually, the title comes to you. It hits you while you are writing. In your case, if you are stuck I could suggest a few like "Summer and Lies" "Summer" "The complications of Summer"
These are probably no help however, I hope they gave you inspiration. Good luck and I LOVE your synopsis.
Posted: 9/17/2010 7:14 AM PDT
I don't think that titles are that important until the book is complete (besides that fact that it looks less-done etc.). Sometimes the only way you CAN create a title is by having the entire story in view--the entire progression of characters through the plot and their struggles.
Do you have an overall theme? How about a few "lessons" or warnings you want to convey through the characters actions throughout the book?
Posted: 9/16/2010 2:03 AM PDT
I didn't have the time to read your first chapter, but I did take a quick look and read the synopsis that you posted here.
I myself am a fan of simple titles, though my new novel doesn't have a simple title at all.
Anyway, from what I saw so far, I'd call it "June, 1987".
Of course, if the entire story happens in June.
Or "Summer, 1987".
Hope I've helped, but knowing how things work with titles, I probably didn't at all :)
Posted: 9/6/2010 2:54 PM PDT
Posted: 9/4/2010 9:41 PM PDT
Hey, massive problem: I need a title. I've been working on this project for almost a year, and I seriously need a title. Consider helping out? I have the first chapter posted, under the best title I could think of offhand.
Zoe Starkiss always wanted one thing: summer. The feeling of the hot sun on your bare back, the smell of freshly cut grass and barbecue sauce. Being able to wear shorts and a t-shirt, being able to live months without care.
But one secret makes it impossible for her to do just that. One secret makes her life a living hell: she has to lie to her friends, her teachers, and even to her partner in crime, Seb.
Sebastian Fray always wanted one thing: Zoe. The charming, beautiful, green-eyed Zoe Starkiss; always just out of reach, perfectly imperfect. Starkiss had been there for him when no one else had - the slowly-fading scars on the insides of his arms remind him of that, always. The problem? It's been made perfectly clear that Starkiss only thinks of him as her best friend, and nothing else.
Morrigan Cawley always wanted one thing: It. That moment when you realize what life is worth living for, that beautiful adventure. The worst part is that she had It - but It didn't want her. Now It is back, asking for retribution. Mort can't figure out whether to forgive him, or just turn to drink like she always has.
What's worse: living a lie or telling the horrible truth?
Thanks so much for reading this! :)