I’m thinking of changing the working title of my third Street Stories novel from Hello Goodbye to something that has the word Rain in it.
[EDITED TO ADD: As you can see from the title of the blog now, Box of Rain won the poll and is currently the working title.]
One of the main reasons for doing that is because the story takes place in Chicago during the spring and it looks like it is going to be raining or threatening to rain every day of the story. (What can I say, the muse must have its way.)
Right now my favorite title is “A Box of Rain” from the Grateful Dead song because I plan to have the cover image show a dumpster in an alley, plus it fits the theme of Jo dealing with her father who is potentially dying.
Vote below to help me decide which title works best. In addition to having the word Rain in the title, I would like it to either be or strongly reflect the title from a rock song of the 60s or 70s. If you want to suggest a title not listed below, try visiting the Songfacts website for inspriation.