I find it funny that I can’t remember titles of books I’ve read or movies I’ve seen, even if I loved them. I know that sounds odd for a writer to say, but alas it’s true. But for some reason the practice of coming up with so many titles for Heir Force posts doesn’t seem to be too difficult. I know the titles aren’t anything fancy, but for the most part, they seem to come pretty readily.
How do you choose titles for your projects? Do you find it easy or hard?
I also want to thank all of you who are liking and following me! I am having fun with the story and watching it come along.
“Good thinking.” Kate followed Spencer down the hall after getting off on the third floor. Although paying for their room was the least of her worries at this point.
“Here we are,” he said, dropping his bag. He took out the card key from his pants pocket and let them in.
Kate reached for a light switch. “Very nice,” she said, walking over to the window. She closed the curtains and turned the heater on to medium. She took in the sofa, queen bed, and flat screen television resting on a large dresser. “What’s in the next room?”
“I see.” Kate shivered again. It was so strange to feel so cold after leaving home that morning. The skies were grayer and the white stuff was getting thicker. Spencer had the wipers on to keep the windshield clear. “Aren’t you cold?”
“I am.” He turned up the heat a little bit. “I should have checked the weather yesterday.”
Kate drove for a while in silence, and Spencer eventually fell asleep. When she drove several miles northwest of Kansas City toward Iowa, she noticed white flakes floating around the car. “Spencer, wake up. What are these white things?” Kate knew what they were, of course, but they caught her off guard. It was way to early in the year to see white flakes drifting to the ground. And accumulating.
“Huh?” Spencer sat up, rubbing the sleep from his eyes.
Kate repeated her question.