New names for my novel

I’m considering changing the name of my book into “Florid Eyes”. There are already a bunch of “Until We Meet Again” on Amazon already. Though I loved “Until We Meet Again” because it is one of the first time Josh says to Violet although he had no intention to meet her again, the original title does come across as too “chick lit”. I don’t want people to think my novel is just a vampire romance story. It is also a historical/political thriller.


Again, this is a premise of my book:

Violet is a brainy and self-righteous Ph.D student at Georgetown University with an ambition to do great things for the world. Josh was born into a powerful Philadelphia mainline family in the year 1776, when the 13 colonies declared independence from Britain. Together they seek a mystical Native American bow and arrow and to keep it from the evil tyrants in the East.

Of course, I’m open to suggestion!


About Nicky

Nicky English is a journalist, an educator, a podcaster, a couch potato, a dreamer, and a child at heart. Learning is her passion, so is the English language, which she believes is the tool to unlock the door of knowledge. Born in Hong Kong, she received intensive writing training at The University of Iowa, where she double-majored in journalism and political science. Apart from the Hawkeye State, she’s lived in Chicago and Philadelphia. When she was a guest student at Georgetown University, she fell in love with Washington, D.C. She also has a Master of Arts in Communication. A little side note—she cannot imagine a world without her Mac and iDevices. Like many crazy ones, she hopes to change the world one day at a time.
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