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Just stop the hate and be loving! Close Embed Code. Copy and Paste the code below to your website or blog. Embed Code. Close Email to Friend. Popular Books Week Month Year. If you drop your dish cloth, your sweetheart is com- ing. If a girl allows dish-water to come to the boiling point, she will not marry that year. If a dog follows you, encourage him, as he will bring you a handsome husband Western Kentucky If you go in one door and out another, you will catch a new sweetheart.

The direction of the first turtle-dove which you hear in the spring is the direction of your sweetheart. If when you hear the first turtle-dove of the season you turn around three times on your heel and then look into the heel of your stocking, you will find a hair the color of your future mate's If you are the first to sleep under a new quilt, the hero or heroine of your dream will be your partner in matrimony Southern Kentucky If you dream of a coffin, you will marry rich but die soon after.

If you dream that you cry, you will be married with- in a year. To dream of dates is a sign that you will break your betrothal. A dream of death is a sign of a wedding. If with the dream bone of a hog under your pillow you dream of a person of the opposite sex, you will marry him. To dream of a horse is a sign that you are loved by one person alone Mountains If you dream that you kiss somebody, you will be disappointed in love. If you dream that a log or a plank falls out of your house, you will lose your married partner. If a girl dreams in church that she nods towards the minister, she will marry a young parson Western Kentucky To dream of money is a sign of marriage.

If a girl dreams that she eats a pickle, an old bachelor will kiss her. If a young man dreams that he eats a pickle, he will be beloved by a woman older than he is and of a sour temper Western Kentucky If you dream of old shoes, someone will take your sweetheart away from you Mountains If you dream of a wedding, you will never marry. If you get the front of your dress wet while wash- ing your clothes, your husband will be a drunkard.

If your dress is turned up on the right side, your sweetheart loves you Mountains If your dress is turned up on the left side, your be- loved dislikes you Mountains If you swallow a wild duck's heart, you will get the person that you desire. If your ears burn, name each one for people of the opposite sex; the one which ceases to burn first shows the one who loves you the better North-eastern Kentucky If your left ear burns, your lover is thinking of you North-eastern Kentucky If you boil an egg, remove the yolk, fill it with salt, and eat it just before going to sleep, the man that brings you a cup of water in your dream you will marry.

If the cup is of gold, you will be wealthy; if of tin, very poor. Your future mate will come in and turn the egg when it is hot. If someone tells you his right eye itches and you do not pass the statement on, you will never marry. A quivering or twitching of the eye is a sign that your lover is thinking of you. Take an eyelash, name your lover, and then blow the lash away.

If you do not see the eyelash any more, your sweetheart loves you. Pull an eyelash out and hold it between the thumb and the first finger. Let one person name the thumb and another the finger. Open them. The one that the eyelash sticks to has the name of the one that loves you. If you go to the joining place of three farms, you will meet the person you are to marry. If you find a crooked feather in your hair, your hus- band will be a humpback Mountains If you crook your little finger while holding a cup, you will never be married.

The number of times you can pop your fingers shows the number of sweethearts that you will have Central Kentucky Anyone who can make the first and fourth fingers touch over the backs of the others may marry any- one he chooses. If you can cross your forefinger and little finger over your other fingers, you can get whom you please and please whom you get. Name a lighted fire. If it burns, the person named loves you. If you can make a good fire, you will make a good husband or wife.

The man or woman that can not make a good fire will not get a good wife or husband. If your fire fails to burn, your lover is not busy. If a fire that a girl makes goes out, her sweetheart is thinking of her. If a girl builds a good fire, her sweetheart loves her. If the first of a family to marry marries well, the rest will marry well, but if the first marriage is a poor one the rest will be poor. While you are fishing, name the worm.

If you catch a fish, your lover is true. If a girl spills flour while she is baking, her husband will be a drunkard. In pinning a bouquet on, if you put the flowers ac- cidentally upside down, you wish to be married. If you wear a flower with the stem up, you are en- gaged Blue Grass When a boy wears a flower to school, he is hunting a girl. Certain crosses of stone, found in the Kentucky mountains, are thought to have been tears shed by the fairies when they learned of Christ's crucifixion.

The cross brings good luck, especially for lovers. If two forks are placed at your plate, you will hear of a wedding Mountains If a woman gets two forks at her plate, she will have two husbands. Put the web of a goose's foot into the beverage of a girl whom you would have love you If a child is held down by a hair across his nose, the first word he says will be the first word he will say after his marriage. Pull a hair through the fingers.

It will curl. In whatever direction the hair points, your sweetheart lives Western Kentucky If a man to whom you give a hair from your head holds it between his thumb and his first finger, the first word he says will be the first word that he ut- ters to his wife Mountains A hair found in the heel of your stocking will have the color of that of your future husband.

If you pull a hair out of a girl's head, she will love you. Pull a hair from the head of a boy whom you wish to love you. If you bury his hair along with one of yours, he will love you forever. If you sew a lock of your hair in the hem of a bride's dress, you will be married before a year has passed. If you wear a lock of your sweetheart's hair in your hat, he will love no other. If someone takes the combings from the comb after you have combed your hair, she will get your sweet- heart. To find a hairpin is a sign that you will find a lover.

When you find a hairpin, hang it up and name it a color. The first boy you pass wearing a tie of this color will be your husband Blue Grass If anyone takes it before the week-end, she takes the friend Blue Grass If you wear in your shoe a hairpin which you have found in the road, the first man you meet with a red tie on will be your future husband.

If a girl finds a hairpin and keeps it six months, she will have a proposal at the end of that time. On Hallowe'en name an apple that hangs by a string. If you can bite it, you are beloved by the person that you have named. On Hallowe'en, he who can bite an apple by bobbing for it will marry. If you walk in a grave-yard on Hallowe'en, you will see your future husband or wife. Look into a mirror at midnight on Hallowe'en to see your intended.

On Hallowe'en look into a mirror on the cellar steps to see the person that you are to marry. Make a lover's knot of a handkerchief and pull the ends. The end that stays in most tightly shows the one that loves you the most Blue Grass The accidental crossing of hands as four people shake hands means that one of them will marry soon. If four people cross hands, the youngest will marry first.

If you have the letter M in your hand, you will marry rich North-eastern Kentucky If you hear a hawk calling, your sweetheart is near Mountains If you stand on your right heel and turn around three times, you may find in the hole a hair like that of your future mate Mountains If anyone steps on the heel of your shoe, the person doing this is trying to get your sweetheart. If anyone steps on your heel, you will not be mar- ried for seven years. If you step upon a person's heel unwittingly, you will dance at that person's wedding. If you can turn a hoecake without breaking it, you are ready to marry Mountains Name two hog bristles on a hot shovel.

If they turn toward each other, the persons named will marry each other. Name holly leaves that you throw into the fire. The one that pops first has the name of the one that loves you best Mountains The number of nails in a horseshoe which you pick up will be the number of years before you will be married Blue Grass The number of years before you marry may be reck- oned by the number of nails that remain in a horse- shoe after you have thrown it over your left shoul- der Blue Grass Go to a deserted house at midnight and light a can- dle; then place a pin in the candle.

When the pin falls out, your future husband will appear Mountains If you accidentally eat an insect, you will marry within a year Mountains If you kiss your sweetheart over the back gate, you never will kiss him again.

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An upsidedown kiss that is, a kiss in which one leans over the chair in which the other is seated is un- lucky. If you kiss a girl on the nose, you will cause trouble Western Kentucky Never kiss a girl behind the ear; it brings bad luck Northern Kentucky Do not let your beau kiss you in a buggy, for horses carry tails tales. If you find two knives at your seat, there will be a wedding within a week. If a man gets two knives at his plate, he is going to have two wives. If someone climbs a ladder and cannot go farther count the number of steps ahead; that will be the number of years until he marries.

Write the names of a boy and a girl. Strike out the common letters. Name over the words "love" and "marriage," on the remaining letters. Write the names of a boy and of a girl. Name over the words, "love," "friendship," "hatred," "marriage," on the remain- ing letters. If you find a lilac blossom with five petals and swal- low it, you can marry anyone that you desire.

Put a love vine on a bush and name it. If it grows, the person loves you Mountains A maid says, "If I'm not going to marry anybody, knock, Death, knock. Burn a match on one end and hold the burnt end down, catch it, and let the other end burn. If the match does not break, your sweetheart loves you. Name a lighted match. If it burns to the end with- out breaking, the person loves you. If it breaks in the middle, you will marry him.

Light a match and put the end of it on a stove or something similar. When it burns out, the direc- tion in which it falls is the direction of your lover Mountains If you find a four-leaved clover on May first, you can get whatever you want If one goes fishing on the first day of May, the num- ber of fish caught will be the number of sweethearts one will have Mountains Hold a mirror over a spring early in the morning of the first of May; you will see your future sweet- heart's face reflected in the water.

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If on the first morning in May you take a mirror and look down into a spring whose branch flows east, you can see your fated husband or wife Mountains On the first day of May, if you lean over a well and hold a mirror so that you can see the bottom of the well in it, you will see your future lover's face. On the first morning in May, if a girl goes out walk- ing and finds a snail within its shell, she will marry a man with a house.

If she sees a snail crawling, she will marry a man without a house. If you find a snail on the first day of May, put it on a plank in the sun; the letter it makes will be the initial of your future husband's name. If you find a snail before sunrise on May first, and place it on a plate of flour or meal, it will write your lover's name or initials.

If you look into a well on May Day you will see either a coffin or the picture of the man you will marry. If on May Day at sunrise, you look into an open well, you will see the reflection of your prospective wife or husband. Arise before breakfast without speaking a word on the first day of May, get a bridle from the barn, go to the spring, and say: "Here is a bridle; where is the horse and rider? Then there will appear a man riding a horse with- out a bridle. This will be your destined husband. On the first morning of May, place a tumbler of water in a window at the rising of the sun; let it remain all day.

At sunset, look into the water. If you are to die an old maid or bachelor, a coffin will appear in the water Blue Grass If you walk around a wheat field on the first day of May, you will meet your fate. If you look at a mirror over someone else's shoulder, you will get a sweetheart. Sleep with a mirror under your pillow, to see your future husband. If you sleep with a mirror under your head for three consecutive nights, on the third night you will dream of the one you will marry. If you count nine stars every night for nine nights and put a mirror under your pillow the last night, you will see in a dream the one that you are to marry Mountains Name one leaf each of mistletoe for a boy and a girl.

Place the leaves on a warm stove. If they hop towards each other, the two will marry; if they do not, there will be no marriage. Put some mistletoe over a door. The first man that walks under it will marry the daughter of the house. Hang a bunch of mistletoe over a door ; the first per- son of the opposite sex who pauses under it will be your life partner.

On the first night of a new moon, take nine steps backward; then reach behind you and pick up a handful of grass or anything that happens to be there, and put it under your pillow that night. The next morning there will be a hair there the color of your lover's hair. May I know the color of his hair and of his eyes, And whether he be witless or whether he be wise".

Look at a new moon over your left shoulder and make this wish: "New moon, new moon, let me see Who my future husband is to be ; The color of his hair, The clothes he is to wear, And the happy day he is to wed me" Western Kentucky Bend a mullein stalk in the direction of your sweet- heart's home. If the stalk grows straight again, he loves you. White specks on the finger nails show the number of presents you will receive. If you have a white mark on your little finger nail, you have a sweetheart. You have as many sweethearts as there are white spots on your finger nails.

If you cut your nails on Saturday, you will see your sweetheart on Sunday. If you cut your finger nails on Sunday, you will see your sweetheart before Monday. Cut your finger nails for nine straight Sundays. On the ninth Sunday you will eat dinner with the one you are going to marry. If you cut your nails for nine Sundays, you will marry whom you desire. The first initial you pick up when eating noodle-soup is the initial of your married partner. If your nose bleeds, you are in love. If there is an old maid in the family, there will be one in the next generation.

If you eat onions on Saturday, you will not see your sweetheart on Sunday. Fortunes are told by palmistry. Before retiring, place under your pillow slips con- taining the names of three boys. Throw one slip out when you get into bed and another the next morning. The one left under the pillow will con- tain the name of your destined mate. Before you go to bed at night, put some water in a pan, put each letter of the alphabet on a piece of paper into it, and place it under the bed. The next day the first letter on top shows the one you will marry.

Write the names of admirers on slips of paper and put them into a basin of water. The one that comes to the top of the water first will contain the name of the person that you will marry. Write the names of three boys or girls on three pieces of paper, wrap them in bread crumbs, and drop them into a glass of water. The one that rises to the top first you will marry. Write on separate pieces of paper the names of eleven boys, put these names into separate balls of mud, and put also one blank piece into a ball. Drop the balls into a bucket of water.

The first one containing a name that comes to the top you will know to be the name of the person that you are to marry. If the blank piece comes to the top, you will not marry. Write the names of certain persons on slips of paper, roll them up, and drop them into a pan of water. The slip that remains rolled up in the morning contains the name of the one that you will marry.

If you do not touch the end of the sidewalk in your walk, you will never be married Blue Grass Put the first pea that you find over the door. The first one who comes in, provided he is not a relative, will be the one that you will marry In order to learn when one will marry, let the indi- vidual take a pea pod with nine peas in it and place it over the door.

The first person of the opposite sex and unmarried who enters, the individual will marry within that year Mountains If the first letter from a boy to a girl happens to be written with a pencil, they will not be married to each other. If a person eats pickles, he is in love. If a girl in love craves pickles, her love is returned.

Your sweetheart will love you if you will sleep with his photograph under your pillow. If you bury the photograph of a person whom you wish to love you, along with his hair, he will love you. If you eat the point of a piece of pie first, you will be an old maid. If a piece of pie is placed before you at the table with the crust toward you, you will be an old maid Western Kentucky If you take the last piece of pie on a plate, you will get a handsome husband or a beautiful wife.

Push the corners of a sofa-pillow in. Name each corner. Strike the center of the pillow sharply with your fist. The corners that remain crushed in indicate which of the people love you. If you pick up a pin pointed toward you, you will see your sweetheart that day. If you pick up a pin lying at an angle, you will be kissed by your sweetheart Central Kentucky If you pick up a pin with its side toward you, you will see your sweetheart that day.

If a pin that is barely sticking into your dress is struck on the saying of the letters of the alphabet, the letter on which it falls out is the initial of your intended. If while you are trying on a dress, a pin is caught to your petticoat, you will not marry that year Blue Grass Open all the doors and windows; stick nine pins in a row in the floor; pour water over them. If a cat comes in and licks up the water, and then if a man dressed in white or a woman passes the door, you will marry before you die. If a white coffin passes in front of the door you will die unmarried.

After you have taken a newly made quilt from the frame, toss a cat into it to make the quilt puff out. The girl that the cat goes towards will be married first Mountains At a party throw a cat into the middle of a quilt. The girl toward whom it goes will be an old maid. If you can walk seven railroad rails without falling off, you can marry anyone that you desire. If you walk seven railroad rails without speaking, you will marry the first man you meet. After you have walked ten railroad rails, the first girl you see with eyes of which the color is opposite to your own will be your future wife.

If you walk eleven rails of a railroad track without falling off, you will marry the first person of the opposite sex whom you meet. If you walk eighteen rails on a railroad track with- out stepping off, you can get any man that you wish. Walk twenty-one rails of a railroad track. Under the twenty-first will be a hair of the same color as that of your destined husband or wife. Count the number of drops of rain from a roof or the like, to learn the number of years before you will marry. If it is raining, walk backward nine steps; then under your heel you will find a hair.

It will be the color of the hair of the one that you will marry Southern Kentucky If it rains while the sun is shining, turn over a stone, to find a hair the color of that of your destined mate. When you find sunshine, rain, and rainbow together, look under a stone, to find a hair like that of your wife or husband. If anyone fails to recognize you, you will be married.


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Put names of girls or boys in the corners and in the middle of a rectangle. Let some one write on the reverse side these words, "love," "hate," "court," "kiss," "marry. If you throw a kiss to a redbird, he will take it to your sweetheart. If you see a redbird, you will see your sweetheart soon. To hear a redbird singing is a sure sign that you will see your sweetheart before the end of the week After you see a redbird, the next person that you see will be your sweetheart.

If you eat nine redbuds in nine days, the ninth boy or girl that you meet will be your fate. If you say something that rhymes or hear someone else say it, kiss your hand, and you will see your sweetheart in twenty-four hours. When you accidentally make a rhyme in talking, count the words in the two rhyming lines. The re- sulting number is the number of the letter of the alphabet forming the initial letter of your destined mate's last name. After you have accidentally made a rhyme and ob- tained the initial of your mate, count "first, last," to learn whether it is the initial of the Christian name or of the surname.

To put on any one's engagement ring is a sure sign that you will never have one of your own Blue Grass Put a ring on a horsehair and start it knocking. The number of clear knocks denotes the year and the unclear knocks the months and days before you will be married. Get a glass half full of water. Hold a gold ring over it with a hair. As many times as the ring strikes the glass, so many years will it be until you marry.

Put a ring on your finger and think of a color. The first man you meet with that color of tie on is your future husband. If you sleep in a ring that someone has given you, you love that person better than God. If you turn nine set rings and two signet rings, the first man you meet wearing a tie the color of tKe stone in the last ring turned will be your future husband.

After you have turned ten signet rings and one dia- mond ring, the first boy with a red tie on who tips his hat or cap to you is your future husband. Turn sixteen diamond rings and one signet ring. The first person you meet and speak to thereafter will be your future lover. After you have turned nineteen signet rings, the first boy you meet with a red necktie on you will marry.

Turn twenty rings on people's fingers, and notice the color of the last stone. The next boy you see with a tie on of that color is the boy that you will marry. After you have turned a hundred set rings, the boy that you meet with a tie the color of the last stone is your destined mate. When you see the first robin of spring, sit down on a rock, take off your left stocking, and if you find a hair in it, your sweetheart will call to see you If you run around the house three times and touch the same rock every time, you will see your future husband's hair Mountains Take a rose petal and name your sweetheart.

If you can make it pop, he loves you Blue Grass Wear the image of St. Joseph around your neck. As he is the patron saint of marriage, you will marry soon. The charm will not work unless the image is given you. One who turns salt over on the table will not marry within a year. Eat a thimbleful of salt and go to bed backwards without drinking.

You will dream of your sweet- heart's handing you a drink. Mix a teaspoonful of meal and a teaspoonful of water, then fry the mixture on the shovel, and eat it. Go to bed backwards. The person you dream about is your future husband or wife. To shiver without apparent cause is a sign that one is in love.

It causes bad luck for a young man to give his sweet- heart a pair of shoes, as she will walk away from him Louisville Negroes If at bed-time you place your shoes in the shape of T and do not speak again before falling asleep, you will see the one that you are to marry. Sleep with your right shoe under your head for three nights; on the last night you will dream of your future husband or wife Mountains If you are not to marry, you will dream of a bur- ial Mountains If your shoe-string comes untied, your sweetheart is thinking of you.

If your shoe-string comes untied, you are thinking of your sweetheart Louisville Negro If your shoe-string comes untied, your sweetheart is angry with you Mountains If your shoe-string comes untied, your girl loves you Mountains If your shoe-string comes untied and you step on it, you will see your sweetheart that day. If your skirt turns up, your sweetheart is thinking of you. If the hem turns up when you put on your skirt, you will have a new sweetheart soon. If in walking, a girl's skirt catches on a branch of a shrub or a bush, the number of limbs from the bot- tom to where it catches is the number of the initial letter of the beau's name whom she will "catch.

If a briar catches in your skirt, your beau still loves you. If a bramble catches on a girl's dress, a widower is in love with her North-eastern Kentucky If a briar catches your skirt, your sweetheart is thinking of you. Take a skirt, fold it, place it under your left arm, walk backward to the bed, and repeat: "This is Friday or any other night I go to bed With my skirt under my head.

I'll dream of the living and the dead And of the one I am to wed. Three rings of smoke in one day are a sign of a secret marriage Mountains To see two snakes at once is a sign of a wedding.


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    To drop a table-spoon is prophetic of your sweet- heart's coming. Get a rock from a spring where you have never been before; the one over whose head you can throw the rock directly is the one that you will marry Mountains Kneel at a spring on any night at nine o'clock, with your back to it and repeat: "If I marry in the spring, let me hear a bird sing" pause. The star under which a person is born influences his life. If a star falls, one of your family will be married soon. Name three stars in a row; the one you dream about shows your fate Western Kentucky If you see the morning star first over your right shoulder for seven mornings in succession, you will dream about your future husband or wife.

    If you count seven stars for seven nights, the first person of the opposite sex that you then shake hands with will be your future husband or wife. If you count nine stars fur nine nights, the first boy you shake hands with will be the one that you will marry Southern Kentucky Count thirteen stars for thirteen nights. On the thirteenth night, the person that you dream of is your future wife or husband Blue Grass If you steal something to eat and get caught, you will beg after your marriage.

    If you fall up steps, you will not marry that year. If you bump into a stranger, you will marry some- one whom you have never met Blue Grass If you stumble up the steps, you will not be married for seven years. You can tell your fortune by naming the corners of a lump of sugar just before putting it slowly into your coffee Blue Grass They place a pan of water on the doorstep and hang a towel near. They sit at the table but do not eat anything. If these condi- tions are observed, the future husbands of the girls will come, wash, sit opposite them, and finally dis- appear.

    After you prepare your supper as in , leave it and go ; then look back through a crack. You will see your future husband at the table. If anyone sweeps under you, you will never be mar- ried. If you sweep under anyone, you will never be mar- ried. Burn nine different kinds of switches. When the last one burns, your future husband will come in.

    To sit on a table is a sign that you wish to marry. If you sit on a kitchen table, you will never be mar- ried. The one that remains at table longest will be married first. If you sit on a table with a person of the opposite sex, you will marry that person Blue Grass If you sit on a table under a joist in the loft, you will never be married Mountains After the death of her mother, she is adopted by an English family with two sons, one the same age as her, the other The oldest brother is a YouTuber and often films videos and puts them on the internet.

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    While in the streets Cami experiences a lot of stuff and she becomes more and more dark and every time Dmitri has to bring her back to the light. In the end we find out that the prince she was supposed to marry and his family are evil and Cami and Dmitri together have to overcome the darkness inside of themselves and the evil ruling the kingdoms. If anyone has any ideas I would love to hear them! Any ideas? Meanwhile she develops feelings for a guy in the band Jackson Summers. Here are some ideas for you George- Renegade Life lessons from a teenage boy It only takes one hit.

    My story is about a boy called Robert, who knocks out another boy called Marc and runs away. Robert never meant to knock Marc out. He just wanted to teach him a lesson that bullying Warren was a bad idea. It is up to the police to find Robert,bring him home to his family and then deal with his punishment. Carmela how about the time before never or the night before life goes on or how to fix change or get back hope that helped!!! The whole story itself is her trying to change him back to who he was before or changing herself to get him to like her again.

    Any thoughts? It draws attention and it sounds cool. I am really stuck on a title for my book. It is about a girl, he mother died when she was 2 and ever since it happened the father has been shutting her out and then she meets a boy and he helps bring her and her father back together. What do I do???? I was thinking The Shadow but it sounds very creepy….. I am desperate!!!!!!!!!!! Good Luck!!! The only escape into freedom is the Tests. These Tests run for every year-old in the world.

    After many physical and mental challenges, 7 are chosen to live a life a freedom, doing whatever they please but protecting the city from possible rivals or rebels. Eventually, this girl discovers that the 7 winners of the Tests are really murdered. He then created a race of warriors, 7 each year. My MC is one of these. This description sucks, but I seriously need a title! There is a very important quote about snow globes in my book and I would really like for it to relate to the title. Please help!! They end up becoming friends and ending the story as a couple. The magic is using the forest, gardening, and crystalline healing.

    The titles that I have in mind are; My First book of positive affirmations or My pocket book of positive affirmations. What do you think about either one? I would be grateful for your advice. Abusive birth parents horrible foster parents and then going into adoption with my cousin. She falls for him and him for her but then he dies after he finds out about her secret of being a ninja at night when he tries to follow her one night.

    Im thinking about writing a story about this girl who is a witch in highschool, and how she runs away from her overly religious parents to join a group of people who have powers. I would like the title of the book to be the name of their group. Does anyone have any ideas? I could use some ideas. The book is about a girl who has the power to heal, and she can never die. She moves into a small town and meets some new people, including a boy who is a bit too curious about her, and she is scared that she will be exposed. Basically, a teenager girl starting high-school, disappears from her normal life and leaves her boyfriend in pieces — and she wakes up with a pack of wolves around her.

    After which, she is now apart of the pack — the Alpha. But she must choose — her life as a human, or her life as a part of the pack? My story line consists of a young teenage girl who develops amnesia, waking up in an empty and abandoned town. The entire story is about her trying to pick up the pieces of her memory and find her family again. Hi guys! Bri, I think that locked would be a great name for a book, but its overly used. I love it. I would totally buy that book if i saw it on amazon, or a book store, or a library, or, well, you get my point. OK so my book is about 16 year olds fighting each other.

    They each have powers, and some want to use them for good while others want to use them for evil. Well, its like a love story whose plot is actually based on this. So can anyone help with a killer title?? Would be great help. Any thoughts. Grace Klara. I wrote a book about a girl who is a child genius at age 18 and has been offered a job as a marine behaviorist at a facility that specializes in unusual creatures.

    The creatures she works with are the mythological creature Selkie and everyone tells me I should name the book Selkie but that seems like it gives away the first few chapters of building up to what the creature actually is. Wow, all of you have great titles! She escapes while going on adventures to flee from him. Any title ideas anyone? Much appreaciated sorry for spelling btw. So yeah. I wrote a story about a girl whose husband had died She was alone and wanted to commit suicide but had a dream that made her stop. What is the best title for my story?

    Help please.. I need some help guys… My book is about my life and how all the messed up stuff my parents have done to me and how i still managed to stay strong and turn out alright.

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    It pretty much talks about family politics, lying, cheating, drinking and gambling and how it messes with a person while growing up. Please help me find the perfect name for my book. So what do you think. What kind of title would you give a story that revolves a lot around fantasy Swords and powers and stuff , the future advanced tech , demons and history? What do you think? Or should I think of something different.

    Crimson River is the time during the war and everything that happens in it. For the last book, I will be writing about the after effects of war on Violet etc and how she recovers. It will only be a short book and I already have most of it plotted out. However, I think that sticking to a certain theme as well when deciding the names is key.

    Slowly but surely. I am writing a book on how to get ready ready for divine manifestations. This continues to happen, and as it does, the teenagers find out that the evil nursery rhymes themselves are after them. What do you guys think? My friend and I wrote a book about people who have elemental powers. They are fire, wind, earth, and water.

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    When thee are four cities one for each element. Each element is ruled by a king or a queen. When all the Kings and queens die teens from be ages of 13 to 18 go through different trials and 11 of each element makes it to camp. They compete in games and get eliminated as they go. Each eliminated person gets a position in the palace somewhere. The winners of the last game become either king or queen but in the last game something happens and the non-elementals start a war against the elementals by taking their powers. The elemental a win in the end but now they have to rebuild the destroyed cities.

    Hey everybody : Im writing a book about a bad man. But its too simple, I was thinking about something more unique. Anyone has any ideas pleease? Any other ideas? Much like the feeling all I knew is I wanted more. Our kiss was beautiful, much like the touch of the sunset on the horizon Your lips tasted like the rain and I was patiently waiting for the storm.

    All elements hit me at once. I felt the lightening coursing through your veins A tsunami crashing against your chest The hurricane in your mind But What I felt the most Was the hope in your heart The love within you, you fragile human. Oh what a shame no one has loved you like you deserve.

    Paul Laurence Dunbar

    Take my hand. Secure, the feeling. And as you lay upon my chest know that each time you do the disease within me dies. I would not want you to fall in, and hurt yourself. And as you lay your head on my chest ignore the shouts from that locked up thing in the cage it could utter something entirely too irrational. I may start a whole new natural disaster.

    Grab on. Hold tight. Enjoy the ride. She refuses to go back to her abusive family and rather live on the streets. Anyone have any ideas? All very interesting titles, they all inpired me too use a quote within a title. My title is: Practice makes Perfect, which is about this guy practicing to kill his friend before he actually does.

    I hope this helped :. What do you think. I wrote a short story about a teenager volunteering afterschool to help some of the senior citizens in her community. The novel also has elements of fantasy, scifi, romance, horror, thriller, comedy and western. Hey, entering this competition with a story I wrote. This girl ebony runs away, after her mother the president evicts all males including her brother from the city.

    Any help?! Any would be appreciated! This site has already been a huge help to me in understanding what makes a good title, however! The second is a fast paced adventure, set in many different times and places. Yes, the backyard.

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