Saturday, February 5, 2011

*Magical Title Generator

by Cindy R. Williams/Dreamer

Here's a fun link to play with. However, I caution you to not while away the hours with it. Go to http://mdbenoit.com/rtg.htm. It's a random name generator --not for babies or characters --but for titles of books. 
Some of the names inspired me so much that I not only wrote them on a list, but plan on writing a book to match the new title. The titles whisk me away to new worlds, mystic places, roads tunneled through trees, caves of magic, fairies in flight, castles under siege, a princess dancing with a mysterious, tall, crooked-smiling, half-masked man. My mind takes flight and soars through the land of creations and fantasy.
Here's where it gets into "it-probably-isn't-going-to-happen" because I have a list of around 40 books and stories I already plan on writing. It still makes me feel good though, kind of like the saying, "I have so much work to do I will never die" but in this case it is, "I have so many books and stories to write I will never die!"

Check it out and tell me if you found some titles that inspired you to write a book based on the new title. You may even find, like me, that you land in the middle of your own imagination and dreams. 

8 comments:

  1. This was fun to play with--made my imagination rev. I think my favorite was 'The ice of the flame'.

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  2. This is fun Cindy! Maybe I can get motivated after all.

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  3. My favorite out of the ones I got was "The Cracked Princess." Wow, you have over 40 ideas?! Lucky you! I only have 3 or 4 book ideas for after I'm finished with my current series. I hope I come up with some more over the next few years.

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  4. Wow! That's addictive. I'm not going to admit to how many titles I have now. Some of my favorites are "The Nobody's Nobody," "The Edge's Edge," and "The Consort of the Stones." Some of the ones I got actually have promise.

    I think I stuck with it so long because I've had so much trouble coming up with a title for my new book. I have more ideas now.

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  5. Ooh, I love anything magical, especially when it feeds my procrastination habit. Thanks for the link!

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  6. I how fun. I could waste alot of time there. Some of my favorites were: Storm of Witches, Heart in the Snow, Sons of the Shadow.

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  7. I echo all the above thoughts. It's a wonder world for me.

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  8. I broke away long enough to see if anyone else liked the link. Pretty inspiring and just flat out fun!

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