Nope, not character development, tropes, prologues, or editing.
Coming up with a book title. (Dun dun duuuun!)
I encourage you to check out the blog, but you might want to take notes about the whole PRISM thing. Or maybe that was just me and you all have a solid idea on your story's title. If that's the case, then I'm super jealous.
I started looking at books in my genre and noticed a trend. MG books seem to use the MCs name in the title.
Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, Jacob Wonderbar (Congrats, Nathan!), Ramona Quimby and even Nancy Drew!
So why would I try to do something different when it is already so widely accepted to use the main character's name? My wip working title is lame. I came up with it; I can call it lame. The past two days I've been thinking about how I can make my story's title more dynamic and I think I've narrowed it down to a short list.
While thinking about title, naturally, I've moved over to considering cover design, but I'll save that topic for another day. I think it will involve cartoon images, whimsical drawings, and project a light-hearted theme but I'm still trying to break out of a deeper, more mystical, YA-type image, so there's some reshuffling that needs to be done in my head. Like I said, that's for another day.