I had a brainstorm last night, just as I was settling down. I've been told that one of my stories begins too slowly, and I had the brilliant idea of starting it off with the newspaper headline which throws her into a tizzy for the entire first chapter.
The problem is...I want to make it catchy.
Two years ago, the hero made a stupid move. He got high on X and broke into his girlfriend's house to steal the electronics. He was in the process of unhooking her stereo in her room when she woke up and caught him. She managed to get her brother's attention, who subdued him while she woke up her parents and called the police.
He's the town's Golden Boy; the basketball star. And after 2 years behind bars, he's going free. And determined to win his girlfriend back, plus prove to the community he's changed.
So what should the headline read?
"Golden Boy Gets Parole"?
"Hometown Hero Goes Free"?
"Good Behavior Earns Get Out of Jail Card"?
"Star Earns Get Out of Jail Card"?
"Star Out on Good Behavior"?
Any suggestions would be helpful!
Today, more rain is due to fall. Ike is making his way to the Midwest. We were going to do some more rummaging through the storage unit, but D and K decided to watch Stargate and Stargate Atlantis all day. So yesterday was pretty lazy!
Don't know what's on tap for today, other than Church and visiting the MIL.
The other day, the Deadly Vixens interviewed Cathy Yardley. I went to her site and liked what I saw! If you like updated fairy tales, check out her site www.cathyyardley.com I plan on adding at least two of her books to my TBB list.