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July 24, 2019 / By Gracie
Question: I'm writing a book about revenge, but I can't think of a title! The title's usually the first thing I come up with, but not with this one! Here's the plot: Sarah Platts and Riley Watson, her boyfriend of four years, are on a date, when Riley gets a call informing him that his best friend Olivia Fairchild's car has been discovered at the bottom of a lake near her home. They get there to find that her body isn't found, but her car is totaled. She is declared missing, but most likely dead. Days pass, and Sarah's life goes back to normal. Until Alexis, Olivia's younger sister, shows up in her class. Why was she gone for so long? And why was she back now? Soon Sarah's life goes to hell when she receives a friend request on Facebook by Olivia. From there on she receives IMs, texts, and even her project has "*****" scrawled across, all by someone claiming to be Olivia. Sarah suddenly realizes that someone isn't going to let Sarah make it out of the situation alive. Let's just say there will be car accidents flying off of over-passes, fatalities with shovels, tackling down staircases, knives, and counter-tops being used as weapons. Now, what should I title it? Please, please, PLEASE do not put anything with the words: Olivia or Revenge! It's so GENERIC! Anyway, thanks you guys! Also, tell me what you think of the plot! :))) Thanks, :D I didn't want to give too much of the plot away because it ruins the surprises and such. Let's just say it's Pretty Little Liars meets that Oxygen show Snapped. :)
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Devon Devon | 8 days ago
The plot has potential, but its not very well formed. Tighten it up then maybe the title will come to you.
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