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TGR, Gutenberg, Rubric

Help name a book, please.

Two of my writer friends and I are trying to name our anthology of NaNoWriMo works. We're binding them together and selling them at our next "Giving Campaign" event to raise money for--you guessed it--Nano's next library project. But we wrote vastly different books. Tharyn wrote a literary fiction piece of just over 50,000 words that she never got around to naming. She hasn't let the rest of us read it yet, so we can't comment on what would sound good with her title. Cloister27 wrote an epic fantasy called "Tothelea". And I put together my "Accidental Witness" that started out to be a science fiction, but ended up being a literary fiction piece that mentioned the word "aliens" a couple times.

So what should we call our anthology of somewhere near 250,000 words when we publish it this fall? A little advice???

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YOU'RE PUBLISHING? YAAAAAY!

That's a tough one, I'll let you know if I think of something!
That's a tough one... "Two Lit Fics and A Fantasy" (I know, it doesn't exactly have the same ring as "Three Weddings and a Funeral"). Maybe... "NaNoWriMo 2005: Tothelea, The Unnamed & The Accidental Witness" (sounds kind of like a story title of it's very own).

I'll ponder it some more & get back to you if I can come up with something that is somewhat workable. ;)
All my suggestions sound vaguely academic. It's the necessity of the colon in the middle. Here's the best that's come to mind so far.

NaNo Goes Mega: Three November Novels.

I hope you find better, and good luck with your project.