For my fantasy YA novel, I first used the title All-Knower's Land of Imagining. Kinda long and unless you read the book, you won't understand it.
So I next changed it to The Land of Imagining.
Hubby suggested Alexia and the Land of Imagining, which is what I've been calling it.
But lately, I've been thinking that that title is once again too long.
I've been toying with Alexia's Power, Alexia's Pen, or The Pen's Power.
Titles are so important. Whenever I go to the bookstore and browse around, the books that I pull off the shelf first have a great title. I'm sure that's how most book shoppers are. Which means that coming up with the best, perfect title is necessary.
So you all can help me, here's the tagline:
A magical pen unleashes a young teen's power to control a fantasy land, a realm only she can save from evil.
And my pitch:
When fifteen-year-old Alexia finds a magic pen that writes on its own accord, she discovers the mystical and real Land of Imagining.
The Head Demon rules this world and wants to kill the All-Knowers, a peaceful race who can read minds and heal. Alexia, their chosen one, discovers the pen gives her the ability to control the All-Knowers. Frightened of this power, she confides in her mother, who is the Head Demon in disguise. He steals the pen and kidnaps her family, forcing Alexia to travel to the Land of Imagining.
Determined to save her family and her people, Alexia must locate the demons’ secret lair and secure her pen before the Land of Imagining becomes the Land of Terror.
Any title suggestions?