Again, I want to thank each of you for your advice and help these past few weeks with title and blurb ideas! *hugs* I really appreciate it, and with your help I believe I’ve finally decided on a title. I’ve also polished up the blurb and altered a few things.
At first I was intent on having Book #1’s title have a word beginning with V, but the ideas I came up with were overall too vague. I still like some of the ideas and may save them for a novella or something else, but for this first book I feel the auidence should be able to read the title and right away have some idea of what Book #1 is about. And so, for this book I will leave out the V. Though I do plan on V titles for the rest of the series; I just don’t think it fit well for this first book introducing readers to the series.
Here is the new title, and I think (hopefully) it gives you a better idea of what Book #1 is about:
Misfits of Harlow
Ta-daah~ There you have it! 🙂 What do you think?
And here is the blurb, a bit altered to better fit with the title. This is the long version; I may make a shorter one from it if necessary, but hopefully this length will do well. 🙂
The world fell to ruin long ago at the hands of the Vampiric Emperor, and according to prophecy he will soon return from the dead to finish what he started. There is only one power that can stop him, an ancient power of a soul reborn, only she doesn’t know it yet…
Living with the enemy. That’s what happens to Cyrus Sole when her elven people cast her out for being a half-blood with Elemental powers—feared even by her own family. She finds herself in the capital of elven kind’s most hated enemy, at the only place able to teach her how to master her power over metal: the elite school of the D.G. League. But there are obstacles. It’s a school for “boys,” and they hate elves. In this kingdom, elves are slaves.
Cyrus must create a new identity for herself, praying she can hide behind it until her training is complete—and hope she can survive her unusual new classmates…
Please let me know what you think! 🙂 I’d love to hear your thoughts.