Summer Reading

Shelley Sackier writes, in this week’s Peak Perspective post, about the importance of choosing the right names for your fictional characters:

The title of your book is also important and worthy of a bit of thought. George Orwell’s “1984” was originally titled “1948”, but his publisher told him that 1948 was too close. Better to set it a bit further in the future!

So, what if some other famous books had been given slightly different titles? How about these…

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