I think that I have thought it all through and have a new story in my head now! 😀 I have it all figured out, it’s totally awesome, and now I just need some characters and a title…The title part is really bugging me.

7 replies
  1. matt
    matt says:

    we need a small peice of the plot before we can title it. Other wise you’ll end up with suggestions like “Ethel the Aardvark becomes and Experimental Theologist”

  2. Mr. G
    Mr. G says:

    I know! “Larry the llama follows Ethel the Aardvark in Awkward Adventures”

    As Matt pointed out, it’s hard to suggest something. For me, I always come up with the title after the story is done. Other people build the story from the title. One suggest I could give is to make an oxymoron as your title. Bright smoke, dull fire…

  3. Rebecca
    Rebecca says:

    I can’t really come up with a title for yours, but I know how you feel about not being able to come up with one. “Dino Story” is pretty pathetic.

  4. Jeremy G.N.
    Jeremy G.N. says:

    Heh. I have so much to do it’s not funny. I’ve got four books I need to read so they can be returned to the library, I’m working 9 to 5, and I have a few different stories to write. Fun.

  5. Rebecca
    Rebecca says:

    Wow. My life doesn’t seem so crowded. My last big event before school is when my parents go to Montana for four days.

  6. Noelle M. Brooks
    Noelle M. Brooks says:

    I know that you guys can’t come up with a title without knowing the story…I didn’t expect you to. I’ve got the story in my mind, but I don’t really want to give it all away, so I think that I will just try to think of a title if I can. I would like to start writing it soon, but I have no time right now. (I’m babysitting right now.)


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