To which I respond:
Titles don't come easily to me, and I'm the first to admit I don't think mine are as awesome as they could be. BUT. They have double meanings, and could even be construed as puns.
I love puns.
For example, Refuge is my paranormal. The story takes place near or in the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge. However, the main characters are also looking for someone to understand them (aren't we all) and see one another as a refuge from the craziness in their lives.
After the Fall is, literally, about what will happen after a girl and her best friend make decisions about college. But it's also about all kinds of falls, physical, metaphorical, or otherwise, as well as a recurring line in "Futures," a Zero 7 song that's weirdly appropriate: "Just let me know where we go after the fall."
So that's my dubious advice. Pick a word that has a double meaning and milk it for all it's worth.
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