Name That Novel!

I’m a little tired of referring to “the novel I’m writing set during the Wars of the Roses,” which features Henry Stafford, the second Duke of Buckingham, and Katherine Woodville, his wife. What I really need, then, is a working title. Here are a few possibilities.

Harry Loses His Head

The Woodvilles: Not So Bad After All

A Few Weddings and a Whole Lot of Funerals

Down and Out at Weobley

Richard III: The Real Dirt

The Dastardly Duke

Katherine (has someone used that already?)

Love and Consequences (why let a perfectly good title go to waste now that all of those books have been recalled?)

So which should it be? You decide!

10 thoughts on “Name That Novel!”

  1. Lol! Oh Susan, I so know about the working title problem – I’m having the same myself!!! Really like the ‘A Few Weddings’ one though.

    How about ‘Game Set and Match’? hehe

  2. I vote for Harry Loses His Head 🙂

    I often don’t get the title until the novel is nearly finished, because I never know what title will suit the story until it’s told. I also don’t like to pick the title too early, or to use a joke title, in case I find I get used to it and then stuck with it! Maybe you could just use something like ‘the Buckingham novel’ as a working title?

  3. I really like Susan’s suggestion – When Harry met Kathy! Or A Few Weddings and a Whole Lot of Funerals.

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