Which one?

You guys ROCK!

You gave such great ideas in my post a few weeks back about titles.

Frostbite is the title of the first book about Amanda (Mandy) Smith. CLICK HERE to read that little blurb.

Book two is called Absolute Zero, so I needed a title for the third book.

Of all the suggestions and advice, both from the blog post and from fellow crit partners, I’ve narrowed it down to a final few.


Which one do you like best?




Frozen Night



I know which is my favorite, but I want to hear from you guys, too. Titles often change when the book is contracted because, let’s face it, publishers know more about that kind of stuff. But it’s still fun to throw around fun and catchy book titles in the mean time.

So, let me know what you think. . . .

16 thoughts on “Which one?

  1. Whiteout sounds like a way I used to make corrections back in my typewriter days. LOL! I like the scientific sound of Cryostorm, but since the two previous titles do not sound scientific, I too go with Snowblind.

    Looks like you’ve god a consensus!

    ~ VT

  2. I like Whiteout. I think it fits best with Frostbite and Absolute Zero

    Other things that spring to mind: Snow’s Storm, Deep Freeze

    And for giggles, here are some very silly ones: Brain Freeze, Snow Your Enemy, Arctic Fox, Cold Shoulder πŸ™‚

    Why can I only come up with goofy stuff? Maybe I should be writing young adult. πŸ™‚

  3. Well, your first two titles deal with cold in a growing extreme, so I’d have to go with either Cryos, or, since it’s the third in a trilogy and the big one, Cryostorm. My opinion!

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