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I’m happy to announce that my WIP is now at the editors.  We are tossing around two names for it:

Banishing My Demons

Releasing My Demons

Any thoughts?

So here we are again with Hudson and Beverly.

He also knew that if she walked through that door, he would scoop her up in his arms, and he would devour her body.  He thought of all the different ways he wanted to…worship her.  He wanted to make her feel ecstasy over and over again, to try to make up for the pain that had been inflicted on her for so many years.  It wouldn’t be about him relieving his pain the next time, if there was a next time.  It would be about her.  Before she went out into the world by herself, he wanted her to understand how a woman should be treated.

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9 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday 4/15/12

  1. My vote is for Releasing My Demons. There’s just something about the word “release” – LOL!

    I love your emotional six in Hudson’s POV, especially: “…he wanted her to understand how a woman should be treated.”

    Very nice.

  2. I like the depth of his emotion for her. Without knowing more of the story, I can’t pick a title, but I noticed that your title is in first person while your snippet is in third.

    I personally would keep the title in third person. Also, have you checked on Amazon or Google to see what other similar titles may be out there?

    Banishing and releasing have two different meanings. If you banish your demons, you capture them, lock them up and prevent them from causing trouble. If you release them, you set them free thereby allowing them to cause trouble.

    Releasing them gives the title more conflict, but banish is a word used less often, which makes it more interesting.

  3. I’m with Cara about the title. That’s the first thing I noticed, too, was that your writing is in the 3rd, but the title is in the 1st person.

    FWIW, I prefer Releasing to Banishing.

    Nice job on the six 🙂

  4. I love this six from his POV. There’s both regret and promise there, shaded with some guilt. Well done. As for the title. I’d leave the “MY” out of either one. Also, not knowing the full plot, Cara made some very good points to consider.

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