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A new name

Discuss the April 2017 Book of the Month, Raven's Peak by Lincoln Cole.

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Re: A new name

Post Number:#46 by Amagine
» 17 Apr 2017, 19:34

rssllue wrote:Sweet! Or really really bad. :shifty:


It's a combination. :D
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Re: A new name

Post Number:#47 by rssllue
» 17 Apr 2017, 23:08

Sweet and sour? :lol2:
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Post Number:#48 by furybeginner
» 18 Apr 2017, 00:38

"Abigail and Her Sidekick (Haa)Tim"...? (Sorry, I was just messing around.hehehe)

What about the first name of whoever the main character is? I have only read the first book, and from it, I got the impression that using a collective type of name (e.g. demon hunters, the Council) doesn't really reflect whatever goes on in the story. So, it could be something like, "World on Fire Book 1: Abigail" or "Raven's Peak: Abigail". I'm not sure if the main character changes in the next book, though, so it might not work.
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Re: A new name

Post Number:#49 by kandscreeley
» 18 Apr 2017, 08:02

Here's one: "Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned". Kind of fits in with Abigail and the demon taking Arthur...
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Re: A new name

Post Number:#50 by rssllue
» 18 Apr 2017, 08:10

A new twist on an old saying. Nice.
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Post Number:#51 by Amagine
» 18 Apr 2017, 12:46

kandscreeley wrote:Here's one: "Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned". Kind of fits in with Abigail and the demon taking Arthur...


There should be a spin off that focuses only on Abigail and that should be the title of it.
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Re: A new name

Post Number:#52 by Kdonegan91
» 19 Apr 2017, 13:48

I really like some of the ideas posted. I do not have a creative bone in my body so I have nothing to add. However, I think the original title fits it well.
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Re: A new name

Post Number:#53 by Amagine
» 21 Apr 2017, 16:19

Kdonegan91 wrote:I really like some of the ideas posted. I do not have a creative bone in my body so I have nothing to add. However, I think the original title fits it well.


Yes, I agree. The original title works just fine too. Though I would love to see the author use some of the titles for a spin off series. :lol2:
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Re: A new name

Post Number:#54 by rssllue
» 21 Apr 2017, 18:54

Would we getting a writing credit then? :eusa-think: ;)
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Re: A new name

Post Number:#55 by 13Vulpes
» 22 Apr 2017, 02:58

I like creating names and titles:-) What about "Daemon Conspiracy" or "Breaking Point"?
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Re: A new name

Post Number:#56 by James Craft
» 26 Apr 2017, 07:41

13Vulpes wrote:I like creating names and titles:-) What about "Daemon Conspiracy" or "Breaking Point"?


I like both of those quite a bit! They are really appealing and do a great job of setting up the book!
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Re: A new name

Post Number:#57 by Amagine
» 26 Apr 2017, 11:06

furybeginner wrote:"Abigail and Her Sidekick (Haa)Tim"...? (Sorry, I was just messing around.hehehe)

What about the first name of whoever the main character is? I have only read the first book, and from it, I got the impression that using a collective type of name (e.g. demon hunters, the Council) doesn't really reflect whatever goes on in the story. So, it could be something like, "World on Fire Book 1: Abigail" or "Raven's Peak: Abigail". I'm not sure if the main character changes in the next book, though, so it might not work.


Abigail and Her Sidekick sounds fine to me! :lol2:

Or

The Amazing Adventures of Abigail, The Demon Buster!
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Re: A new name

Post Number:#58 by greenstripedgiraffe
» 26 Apr 2017, 12:50

I like Raven's Peak. I think it is a very fitting name.

Other than that, I also thought
The Council
Council of Faith
The Evil Without
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Re: A new name

Post Number:#59 by Amagine
» 28 Apr 2017, 22:44

greenstripedgiraffe wrote:I like Raven's Peak. I think it is a very fitting name.

Other than that, I also thought
The Council
Council of Faith
The Evil Without


The Council sounds like a great spin off title. I can picture a book being made that focuses only on the council and all the politics behind it. I think it would be a very interesting story.
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