Yesterday, I gave readers a chance to speak up about a book plan I have been contemplating. Faced with an extremely complicated story, I suggested that it might work better as a two-volume series.
The consensus seems to be in favor of a two-book series--the first in the form of the protagonist's diary entries; the second a "twenty-years-later" novel exploring the lives of those she wrote about in the first book.
Now, which set of titles do you like better?
"Compromise" followed by "Consequences"
. . . or . . . .
"A Life of Compromise" followed by "A Lifetime of Consequences"
I've checked both forms and did not find any current books using any of those exact titles, so my choices are open.
Please vote for your preference. And thanks for your help.