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Question:I need to think of a create title for my story, it's about a creature that lives in a swamp and comes out at night to come into the village nearby. I don't want any comments on the story plot, just a creative title thats NOT called "The Thing" or "The Creature"
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker: I need to think of a create title for my story, it's about a creature that lives in a swamp and comes out at night to come into the village nearby. I don't want any comments on the story plot, just a creative title thats NOT called "The Thing" or "The Creature"
Out of the Swamp
The Swampman Lives
Can it be Killed?
Leave Us Alone
The Swamp and the Village
The Terrified Village
The Secret of the Swamp
How about "The Sleepwalker"
Screams in the Night
Does this creature have a name?
What's the name of the village?
How about "night of the ____"
If it's mean how about "Murder in the Village"
What year does the story occur?
Hope this helps.
"Why Do I Need Thee"
"The Cypress Death"
"The Sterile Humidity Of the Soul"
"The Last Ones"
"Little Girl Do You Know Me"
Really I can do this all night.
Titles mean very little.
It is either a good story or it sucks.
In the Night It Comes Creeping
When Darkness Falls
(The) Swamp Wanderer (i like this one the best! lol)
Terror of the Night
Midnight in the Swamp
Maybe you like none of these but I maybe you do! =] hope I could help and....sounds like an interesting story =]
Boble and the swamp
I mean, what does the creature do? Does it eat people Is it a misunderstood creature that wants o be loved? Does it tell bedtime stories to the village kids? I mean, some info is necessary to give a good answer......
"From the swamp". This can mean many things and will draw the reader in.
"The village and the swamp". If its a horror story then this will make the reader shocked when they read on. And it sounds like a kiddies title.
You could just call it "blank" if you really don't like any ideas, and start the story with a description of the night.
How about "Don't Close Your Eyes","Somewhere in the Night",or "The Sleep Stealer"-- Good Luck!