I forgot to mention that it is another girl in the sequel.The End of Her Life is about one girl,and The Beginning of Her Life is about a very young girl(about age 5)who meets up with the dude who fell in love with the girl in the first book.So,it's not really a prequel.I was just wondering if it was too generic sounding.haha.I think I might name the sequel "The Beginning of Our Lives" instead.I would totally let everyone read the first book,now(I already gave samples to friends and random people who told me that the plotline and my writing style is awesometastic),but my old computer kind of broke.So,I lost the story,for now.I just got really bored,and wanted to start on the sequel early.haha.My computer should be back up soon,so I can start adding the finishing touches to the first book.I will edit it tons,then send it off to a publisher,hopefully. :) thanks for your responses,by the way.
Hey, it's your story, you can call it whatever you like. If this is something you're trying to get published, however, just remember to specify the order. Aside from that, it shouldn't be a big problem. It really all comes down to what the story is about and if the title fits.
Sounds cool to me. Tell the story backwards. It can be done really well. Any way we could read the end of her life?
Just going to tell you this, it's a bit obvious and generic. But if you like that title, sure.
when you do that order of writing its called a prequel, much more sense :)
That's a stretch. If there's a story behind that, then GO FOR IT.