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So, a long time ago, I had an idea to write a book series based on the Multiverse, right? So I came up with a title and started writing the first paragraph in the first book. Later on, I came up with a few more titles for the series. But I had to put it off for a long time, 'cause I'm only a sixteen year-old high school sophomore and I don't have enough time to write it. But a few days ago, I had some free time and I went to go write it. So I spent hours coming up with different titles for the books. I'm still working on some of the titles, but here's the rough draft of them:
Book 1: WORLD TOUR
Book 2: FINAL FRONTIER
Book 3: SOMEWHERE IN TIME
Book 4: STRANGERS IN A STRANGE LAND
Book 5: HOMECOMING
These I'm still deciding on but here you go:
THE IDES OF MARCH
BREAKING THE LAW
Annnnnnnnd, as a bonus, I will show you the beginning part of the first book, but I would appreciate it if you could give me some pointers on this and tell me what titles you think are good or if you have a suggestion for one
"I sat bolt upright when Van Halen's "Eruption" began to blast out of my stereo speakers. I scrambled out of my bed quickly to shut it off. I paused for a moment to hear if anyone was coming down the hall, but I only heard silence. I turned one of my lamps on and got ready for school. I opened the blinds on my window and I could see the sun rising in the distance, despite it still being dark out. I finished getting dressed, but then I decided to wait after breakfast to brush my teeth(gross, I know). I sat down at my desk and opened up my laptop,. I clicked on the web browser and opened up my e-mail, which there was at least ten different notifications, all from the same website. I clicked on the recent ne, sent to me thirty minutes ago, with the subject line NEW VIDEO OF THE MYSTERIOUS "RED VIPER" STOPPING THE INFAMOUS DREAM MONSTERS FROM KILLING A FAMILY. I rolled my eyes and, against my better judgement, clicked on the link, which took me to one of my favorite websites....."
They're both set in a sort of multiverse (CoA has "shadows" of the real world of "Amber; the Eternal Champion books are in a more concrete multiverse, with each universe having different, well, champions like Elric, etc...), and I love reading about such an expanse.SHAREit
Just curious, what are your faAppvnvourite series in that category?
Wow, an impressive achievement for a school sophomore, I should say. Thumbs up! 'Homecoming' as a title reminds me of the eponymous psychological thriller series though, but it's personal. I studied Linguistics at college and we had an interesting class about text types and discourse modes: generic categorization + narrative modalities.
Btw, what focalization type do you use in your book?
What do you mean by focalization?
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