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Is it really that important? You bet it is. Would you rather your job resume say "salesperson" or "marketing representative"? One sounds commonplace; the other sounds impressive. Let's go a step further.
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Imagine Boys' Life billed as Youth Experiences. Loses a little something, right? And it's hard to picture introducing himself as "Dinkins. In the publishing world, a good title is like a good opening paragraph: It should attract the reader's attention.
At the very least, it should be appropriate to the rest of the piece. And remember this, too: When people see your story in bookstores or in an anthology, take it the beach with them, and talk about it to their friends the next day, the first thing they'll read or speak will be the words in your title.
But that's pretty vague advice. The question is, how do you do it? What makes a good title? A Few Rules of Thumb: Titles should not be dull. When you browse a shelf full of novels, or a collection of short stories, aren't you drawn first to the more unusual titles? So are editors, when they look over a stack of submissions.
Not that "The House" or "The Tree" won't be a good story; but titles with a bit more originality stand a better chance. Titles should be easy to remember. It's hard to tell a neighbor or a colleague about a story if the title's too long and complicated, or hard to pronounce. It's a good idea to keep things clear and simple.
You might consider Murder on the Wzcyiubjekistan Express the best writing you've ever done, or The Tallahatchie Backroad Honky-Tonk Boogie your literary masterpiece, but I doubt either of them would sell.
They probably wouldn't ever make it out of the editor's slush pile.My only issue is when they say something like "I value their trust more than yours" in reference to the pro players. The viewers/players of the game should by far outweigh the pros. Transparency is of utmost importance in any en devour and being told "trust us" by a company that does not have a history of transparency carries absolutely no weight.
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Kos Kara, Escalon, Wyvern’s Quest, The Last Fantasy all my masterpieces. seen an RRL author integrate symbolism into a story period, and you pulled it off well.
I can't believe a three-star review brought me here. If you look back on history it showed you that artist are not ones f*cked with in regards to their creations.