|Decision Tree. Perhaps you will make one just like|
this to help me with my decision, but I don't expect
or require it!
Are you wondering what the title to the third and final book of the Disillusionists trilogy is? Well you're not alone, my friend. Hellllllllp!
It doesn't matter if you've read the first two books or not; either way, I would be so grateful to get your reactions to these titles. Sometimes all my titles get rejected, but I want to strongly recommend one.
And there's a prize!
One random person who both comments and does the quiz will win a $10 gift certificate to any online store they choose! And, the rest of you will earn my intense gratitude. Wow, this blog is just prize central this week.
Keep in mind the titles of books #1 & 2
Bk #1: MIND GAMES
Bk #2: DOUBLE CROSS
Bk #3: ?
Okay, so for the third and final book, which do you prefer?
Option #1: HEAD RUSH
Totally goes with the first two titles. Accurate to the book without giving important things away.
: The first two titles are more interactive, they imply relationships and things between people, whereas Head Rush is a solitary affair. Also, may wrongly suggest an emphasis on a hypochondria storyline.
Option #2: PSYCH OUT
Again, makes a nifty set with the first two titles. Accurate to the book without giving important things away. Kind of fun.
Is it too fun? Will people think it sounds silly? The series is vaguely humorous, but not certainly not a comedy series.
Option #3: THE ART OF FEAR
: I love it and think it's cool. Highly accurate for the entire series arc.
Doesn't go with the first two. Series books often have titles that sort of make them into a set. So, powers that be may not go for it. Still...
How to win:
Comment and do the quiz. (<--quiz over there in sidebar)
Make sure I can get your email addy by clicking on your name, or just leave the addy in your comment.
I will pick a winner Monday morning CST when I sit down to my computer to start my day of writing, I will aim to pick this winner at some point after I have my coffee, but before the boy brings me my flask of whiskey, tranquilizers, dirty magazines and opium set-up, and definitely
before the dancers arrive, because I am usually too distracted by then.
Images: Not my book cover, by me, and decision tree, by T-kita from Wiki Commons