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From the bottom up. That's my title pick. It would cover my journey from struggling financially to get quality education and my fight to make it in a career previously considered for the male population.
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shish_by_design wrote:From the bottom up. That's my title pick. It would cover my journey from struggling financially to get quality education and my fight to make it in a career previously considered for the male population.
It sounds like it would be a great book!
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I always felt my books title would be " finding sanity in insanity" or My life- my rules
It would mostly be about my life especially college life- where I met my hubby and made best friends for life.

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The first idea that popped into my head was "Trying to Live the Life Imagined". It's so easy to just go through the days without putting in the effort to make even minor changes that would make life closer to way I imagined my life would be when I was young.
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Snowflake wrote:The first idea that popped into my head was "Trying to Live the Life Imagined". It's so easy to just go through the days without putting in the effort to make even minor changes that would make life closer to way I imagined my life would be when I was young.
That's a great title!
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I don't know ... my life isn't memoir-worthy. Probably Thanatos in the Scriptorium or some angsty rubbish like that.

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Lest92 wrote:I don't know ... my life isn't memoir-worthy. Probably Thanatos in the Scriptorium or some angsty rubbish like that.
I think everyone's life is worthy of a memoir. It's just interesting reading about other people's lives and experiences, not matter how grand or small!
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"Know what is really important". That will be the title. I would really like to educate people on what really matters in life. Because, in this age we are in, a lot of people tend to forget the really important things like family, piece, inner well being and all that. Rather they spend their time pursuing riches, power, drugs and more.
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How can I summarise the life I have already loved to make the title of a book??? Your mind must have really wondered far for you to come up with such a question. However, mine would have been something like; "After God's Heart" because to tell the truth, that is the most my life is all about. Thank you for this question. I must say, it was very much needed.
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Atabon Della wrote:How can I summarise the life I have already loved to make the title of a book??? Your mind must have really wondered far for you to come up with such a question. However, mine would have been something like; "After God's Heart" because to tell the truth, that is the most my life is all about. Thank you for this question. I must say, it was very much needed.
Hahaha you're welcome. At my job, I constantly have to ask children questions in order to get the wheels in their brain turning. So I'm always thinking up all kinds of questions to get some discussion going.
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This topic is really interesting, and the replies are even more awesome. My book would be called. "The path not taken". I dont know but it seems so apt, considering all the things i didnt do and how they changed my life.

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I would suggest the title as,"life ,the combination of struggle and miracle " .its true some opportunities drop in your lap and for some you have to struggle a lot.so life is the mixture of destiny and struggle.
Make your ideals high enough to inspire you and low enough to encourage you.

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If I was supposed to write a book about my life, it'd have to be made into a series of novels. There is too much to be documented. I'd title them using each of the 26 letters of the alphabet. Starting with A of course.

I'd title the series "Purgatory: Tales of the Undead" Case A. Case B and so on.

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I am yet to decide the title and story/genre of my first short story book.. any suggestions?

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