Put your thinking totems on. I invite you to join the wackiness that is NaNoWriMo for just a few minutes and give me hand. I need a whole bunch of fictional YA book titles, dozens at least. Yes, indeedy, I’m writing about fictional fiction. Or something. It’s still a little confusing.
I need a variety of genres: titles that sound like fantasy, mystery, romance, whatever. Really, anything goes. Extra points for humor and/or cleverness. You can rearrange real titles (put the real title in parentheses so we can see how clever you are) or pull words out of the air, which is what I’ve been doing. You can even make up words and call it Fantasy.
Jen in NaNoLand. There’s a story out there somewhere, I just know it!
If you choose to accept this Thinkquest and post your titles in the comments, we’re going to assume you’re giving me permission to use them, assigning me all, or at least shared, rights to them. (And just so you know, under current laws you can’t copyright a title. If Orphan Works legislation passes, a copyright won’t mean diddly, anyway. Oooooooo, Jen got snippy.) We should also assume that I’m going to sell this NaNoNovel, which will be made great by your titles, for millions of dollars, become famous, younger, and prettier, and you will get bupkiss, which is to say my undying gratitude.
Fine print. Fine print. Fine print.
This kind of assistance is perfectly legal under NaNo rules. I checked.
So…what have you got for me?
As of today: 24,091 words out of 50,000.
Categories: Children's writing