When I first started my novel I had temporarily named it 'Love is a Bonfire''
Love is a Bonfire' is relevant because its a quote from the protagonist's dead mother, her last words before she died. But after a while I personally felt this as a title sounded pretentious.
'The Good Witch, Film stars, and Butterflies' was another title I came up with.
The obvious problem with this one for me was the length, and it's not very catchy. But each one of those things represents one of the three main characters of the book, so to me its become a bit more sentimental.
Are both titles atrocious? Or what would people's first impression be from either of those titles?
Or is it back to the drawing board >< ?
Asked by: Amy Mager
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