Pick 10 Exercise
Pick 10 Exercise

Write 10 potential story or book titles you would like to write, pick your favorite one and write a synopsis of the story/book.

This was a monthly assignment that my EPIC writing teacher, Mr. Scott made us do, and a kazillion years later, I still do it. 😛

Please do not steal my writing, but feel free to do this Pick 10 Exercise yourself, leave it in the comment section blow, or if you post it on your own website, Goodreads, or wattpad, leave a link in the comment section so I can read it! Let’s get creative together!

*Note: I plan on using a lot of these titles later, some of them are pretty decent, and some of them are MEH! Some of the titles may change slightly if I do use them. *

Pick 10 Exercise

My 10 potential titles.

  1. Suspect
  2. Woman of the Wood
  3. Meeting on Mars
  4. Judas Kiss
  5. The Mistborn
  6. Summer in the Greenstone
  7. The Sellsword’s Dream
  8. Crown of barbs
  9. The Gateway
  10. Secrets in the Sonata

Putting It Together.

My favorite title: Judas Kiss

Synopsis: (Typically my synopsis of a potential story is a lot more detailed than this is. For sake of this
exercise and to keep some of this potential story to myself for now, I have condensed it here and left
out a lot of detail on my original synopsis version.)

The main character is divorced, her ex-husband has custody of their children and leaches her for more
money every month, and the courts let him get away with it. On a business meeting, she meets a man
who gifts her with a book about how to sell your soul to the devil and come out ahead. She follows the
book, and things start to go in her favor.

She falls in love with the man who gave her the book and finds herself in a downward spiral of breaking
the contract she has with Lucifer.

Consequences: people she cares about die or gets murdered, she gets fired, and her children get taken
away by DHS.

Her children get adopted out and she ends up in a mental ward after going through what people call insane, but
the reality is, that Satan is tormenting her. She lives 400 years locked up in a straitjacket in solitary

Inara Reynolds is a freelance writer, poet, author of short stories and creator of a few fantasy worlds. She has written character classes for various role playing games, as well as modules.

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