Only you can come up with a good name! Book Titles come from the story, not from some anonymous person on the internet!
Think about your story - what is going on and who are the people involved? Think of things about the Titanic, shipwrecks, icebergs, or ocean liners.
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That depends on what your story is about - if it's about a reckoning, then it can be a good title.
Titles come from what you have written, not from some anonymous person on the internet! Finish your story, and the title will come to you out of what you've done. It has to tell the reader about the story, and you can't do that until the story is complete.
The title comes from the story -- finish the story first and you will find a good title from what you've written. Click the related link to learn how to tell if your writing is any good or not!
The title must come from your story! Write the story first, then your title will have come to you from what you wrote.
The title must come from your story, not the other way around! Write the story first, and then you can find the title yourself!
The title comes last - you write your story first, then the title comes from what you've written.
The title comes from the story, not the other way around! Finish your story and you'll find the title from what you've written.
You're going about it backwards -- the title comes fromthe story, not the other way around. Write your story first and you'll find the title as you write.
"I Am An Oldest Child"
a story about them having sex
a twisted killer