And We Have A Title!

There. Having written the heading for this post, I'm sitting here wracking my brains for the umpteenth time. I've gotten tired of referring to Rose's story variously as "Rose, 1492", "the story that takes place in Spain, 1492" and "Rose's story". It's time I gave her a proper title, and...

Here it is:

Out of the Water


Edited to add a link to this tiny post I wrote, back when I was trying to come up with the title for The Face of A Lion, since I thought it was cute.

Comments

Aubrie said…
I like it! Out of the water makes me think of someone being forced to change or grow like they are "out of their element".
Deniz Bevan said…
Thanks Aubrie! That definitely works as one of the meanings - Rose never expected that her life would change this much, what with all the travelling and finding out who her real parents are. She's definitely got some new places and people to adjust to.
Piedmont Writer said…
Great title. I'm impressed. Want to come up with one for me? I'm so bad at them too.
Deniz Bevan said…
It takes me ages to come up with titles! Hopefully this one'll stick...

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