Some News First
There have been some interesting developments in my writing career, among which the fact I’m now Editor-in-chief for Azure Fire Publishing (AFP), a US-based non-profit promoting youth-friendly Fantasy and Science Fiction.
Even though the position only offers a nominal fee at the moment, it comes with a perk: AFP has offered to publish my Fantasy/Science Fiction books.
The organization has a large monthly advertising budget to promote its authors’ books, so, after much deliberation, I have decided to accept.
My Books’ Titles
Perhaps, then, this is the perfect opportunity to deal with something that’s been bugging me for a while now: my first books’ titles. I find myself no longer satisfied by “Rise of the Prince” and “The Power of Six,” as I think of them as weak titles compared to my later ones. And since AFP will soon handle these matters, it may be my last chance to rename them.
So, I am now leaning toward renaming The Power of Six to Fickle Futures.
As for Rise of the Prince, that’s harder, as I have come up with 3 choices:
I’d love to hear your thoughts on this:
- Is it OK to change a book’s title after so many years, and
- What do you think of the proposed titles?
Please vote above and let me know which one you prefer–or, indeed, if you have a brilliant suggestion of your own. Thank you for your help!