Thursday, March 4, 2010

Title Suggestions for Future Hollows Books (Kim Harrison)


In my recent giveaway of copies of Black Magic Sanction by Kim Harrison, I asked commenters to suggest some possible titles for future books based on Clint Eastwood movie titles. Here are some of the fab and fun suggestions that were offered up (thank you everyone). As Kim says, there are  4 or 5 more books planned for the series, perhaps one of these might be next.

Feel free to comment on which you think is best or add a new one of your own. Go wild!
  • Million Dollar Bounty
  • Escape from The Hollows
  • Play Demon for Me
  • Midnight in the Garden of Pixies and Evil
  • A Perfect Spell
  • Where Witches Dare
  • The Dead Poo (a great title, and you don't even have to change it)
  • Play Dead for Me
  • Trilogy: The Demon With No Name (Where Demons Dare, Paint Your Demon Dead, Million Dollar Demon)
  • Trilogy: Dirty Dead Series (The Undead Pool, Blood Cursed, Play Undead For Me)
  • Honkytonk Man Walks a Tightrope
  • True Witch
  • Al Torino
  • Million Dollar Demon
  • The Spells of Wrath
  • Meet Me in the Hollows
  • Who's Afraid of Rachel Morgan
  • The Night of the Vampire
  • Rebel Without a Charm
  • Demon Rider
  • Escape from Hell
  • Blood Demon
  • Paint your Coffin
  • DemonLover
  • Firewitch

5 comments:

  1. WHERE DEMONS DARE has already been done - it's the UK title for THE OUTLAW DEMON WAILS.

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  2. lol I love Play Demon For Me! I can just see it being used for future books featuring Al in the Everafter :)

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  3. Hi Doug - I had no idea Ms Harrison plans four or five more Hollows books. That's a bunch, and it helps explain why some of her story arcs don't seem to be in any big hurry. My favorite Clint movie is The Outlaw Josie Wells, which she's already played on.

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  4. My favorite is REBEL WITHOUT A CHARM. I just finished Black Magic Sanction and I loved it.

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  5. Rebel Without a Charm is awesome.

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