Now all I have to do is write the book

So, I was cruising around Amazon the other day, looking for YA books and other things to add to my wish list when I came across Jessica’s Guide to Dating on the Dark Side.

I have to tell you, I was totally excited. I thought, hey maybe we should contact the author about doing a little cross-promotion. Now, you’re probably wondering why I’d think that about a vampire book. Well, at first glance, I didn’t see a vampire book. I saw this:

Jessica’s Guide to Dating on the Dork Side

Sad, but true. Although I still think that would fit into the Geek Girl milieu. (Bet you didn’t know there was a Geek Girl milieu; I didn’t either until I wrote that sentence.)

So. No cross-promo op there. (Still, it sounds like a fun book and the cover is gorgeous.)

That being said, I’m mulling over Dating of the Dork Side as an idea. So, I totally have dibs on it.

But it got me thinking about funny (and long) titles for books that may or may not exist (yet). The other title I came up with was:

I Suck: Memoir of a Teenage Vampire (or How I Took a Bite out of the Varsity Football Team, Bled the Student Council Dry, and Got the Girl)

I have dibs on this on this as well. I’m totally writing it someday. After I finish that Millionaire Boss’s Amnesic Virgin’s Secret Baby book I’m planning to write.

Anyone else have a title? Extra points if you can include, in no particular order: zombies, secret babies, vampires, secret vampire babies, memory loss, memory loss involving werewolves, zombie cheerleaders, vampiric millionaire bosses.


Filed under Books, Misc, Writing

3 responses to “Now all I have to do is write the book

  1. My memory loss is so complete my mind was bled dry by your sucking vampire.

    I love that title, btw.

  2. Amy

    Dating on the DORK side is a FABULOUS title! You should totally use it.

    Or you could always write THE MILLIONAIRE VAMPIRE AND THE ZOMBIE CHEERLEADER’S SECRET WEREWOLF BABY…So Secret, Even the Mother Doesn’t Know.

  3. I agree, “Dating on the Dork Side” is AWESOME.

    And, ha — my “Return to Stiller Creek” started as a personal challenge to write a secret baby cowboy story. No amnesiac virgin mistress, though. Dang it. Maybe next time.

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