I just found out there is a book with the exact title of the book I am working on. I have published three Chapters on HP already. Please help me come up with an alternate title....HELP ME PLEASE!....
The title was inspired by the story. I am stuck with coming up with something new....Again...HELP!!!
The story is called - In The Name of Justice
If you have a story based on the other story, but have the same title?, one has to ask...did you not think before you wrote yours?
Without knowing more about the story, then I don't think anyone can help. Giving just the title doesn't actually help. Especially, without more information.
My story is not based on the other story. I did do some research but came up empty. It is a coincidence.
My story is based on a Jamaican university student who was killed on his way home from school. His sister, a trainee officer searches for the killer(s).
Here are the links:-
http://hubpages.com/hub/In-the-Name-of- … -Chapter-1
http://hubpages.com/hub/In-The-Name-of- … -Chapter-2
http://hubpages.com/hub/In-The-Name-of- … -Chapter-3
How about Jamaican Justice? Or, Justice in Jamaica, or Search For Justice in Jamaica, or Searching For Jamaican Justice....personally I like the first two. But it's really up to you what to title your story. Maybe something will come to you while you're writing.
Actually, I have seen lots of books with the same title. You can't really copyright it.
Are you saying that the title doesn't matter so long as the story is different?
A story of Justice
Pursuit in the name of Justice
A Search for Justice
Searching in the name of Justice
Searching for Justice
The pursuit of Justice
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