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I’m starting this writing blog that’s basically about writing and like the things I’ve noticed while writing. It’s just suppose to be my thoughts on various writing techniques and at the same time things I’ve noticed to help me improve and such.
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I’m starting this writing blog that’s basically about writing and like the things I’ve noticed while writing. It’s just suppose to be my thoughts on various writing techniques and at the same time things I’ve noticed to help me improve and such.

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Submitted: July 10, 2013

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Titles

Okay, so titles are major important. I can’t stress how important they are. When you write a story or a novel, it shouldn’t have those obvious titles like "The Vampire Story" or like "A Funny Day At The Beach". You should title your story in a unique way that doesn’t give any kind of hint as to what the story is about, unless you really, really want to do that. I’ll admit that sometimes I throw together random titles, but they really do require deep thinking.

For example, when I was reading the novel called "Thank You For Smoking" by Christopher Buckley, that novel got me in a world of trouble by the people that I knew. My teachers took one glance at the title and they were like, "Why are you reading a book that promotes smoking?" and my parents were upset and yeah…it’s awesome a book can draw that much attention, simply with the title. So do you understand how important the title is now? It’s what makes your novel unique.

P. S. :The novel "Thank You For Smoking" really doesn’t promote smoking. It’s a really great novel that I highly recommend because it proves that with the right rhetoric you can manipulate language or people’s line of thought. 

 

 


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