Which title is most appealing for a novel about life after death? Do you have a better idea?
1. The Afterlife: Finding Home Again
2. Dying to Live
3. From Death to Life
4. A Gift Worth Dying For
5. Death's Doorway
6. The Afterlife is Here
7. Finding My Way Back Home: Dying for Life
8. The Journey Upward: Between a Rock and a High Place
9. The Ascent: Life as Seen from the Doorway of Death
10. The Day After I Died
11. An Invisible Thief in the Night: Waking up to the Afterlife
12. The Afterlife: It' Now
13. When Life and Death Collide
14. Leaving My Body Behind
15. (My) Journey to the Kingdom in the Sky
16. My Revival: The Day I Died
17. Waking Up in the Afterlife
Nice. Simple--yet causes the reader to inquire more. Thank you!
Yes, but not very original and most people probably wouldn't even pick up the book. Needs something more.
I suppose different titles will appeal to different people. :-) What a big task to decide on just one!
@nikashi_designs..... You may want to take a look at Stephen King's titles. Simple yet very successful.
I like 16. My Revival: The Day I Died.
But I think just 'The Day I Died' would be good as well.
I would do a google search for whatever title you choose. I like Afterlife--but don't know what to add afterwards--maybe a keyword from the story. Afterlife-Alive maybe?
A New Beginning or The rebirth, these tittles seems fitting since death signifies starting a new journey and starting all over again.
Going home to my Father,forever . My time has expired, my journey ended , my faith has been rewarded, only because of Yehoshuah.
This is an exciting concept to some. Others give it no thought at all. However, I would expect when that time comes for all of us, we would find ourselves wanting to believe more and more as the final seconds of our lives click away. I hope that moment will not be the end for me, but be an end of a chapter. Take it away Mr Seger.
"..Here I am
On the road again
There I am
Up on the stage
Here I go
Playin' star again
There I go
"Turn The Page".
"Turn the Page (Live)" Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
"One Foot Out of The Grave"
I sort of like "Deaths Doorway"...The Title is something you really have to think about and don't rush it. It will hit you eventually. I think coming up with a name or title is more difficult then actually writing the book. Just a note: Try to stay away from the cliche title, Take care
I'd probably give it the title: "The Misconceptions of Death"
Out of the ones you suggested:
"9. The Ascent: Life as Seen from the Doorway of Death" is a good option but I think that just "The Ascent" would be a better title.
I've always liked 'Hereafter' ,it has gently Gothic feel to it.
Dying to Live. What Will Be. The New Me. Black and White. From What Is to What Will Be. From the Inside Out. The Real Me. Free To Be. If I Only Knew. Resurrection Day.
In my view, the title for your Novel can be named after 'Crying for you after your death?'
I would go with the simple yet effective title;Passing-On.
I think this particular title will light up significant associations in your readers' minds and not only personalize their reading but most significantly cause significant synaptic cleft activity which will promote further reading... However, other titles that have been listed are also exceptiionally good. Perhaps when the book is written a clear title will be more easily discerned...
My philosophy with titles has usually been to keep them short. I also like alliteration, so I'm going with "Death's Doorway".
The title I like most here is: "The Day After I Died." But it IS the type of title I would use.
Of course, what you choose should touch you especially. If it doesn't feel right, keep searching, or look at your book from a new perspective until you find it.
I like that one too. :-) And yes--I totally agree with what you are saying. Guess what one of my favorite words is? Perspective. I see its one of yours too. :-) Best to you!!!
Oh, yes. So much can be said with that one word. And good fortune deciding your title.
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