So I've been editing on my novella "The Night Market" for awhile. It had some major structural problems, but my recent online Story Doctoring class with Jodi Henley (who is amazing and really knows her stuff) makes me think that I might be done before Christmas. So there's a good chance it will get submitted this year!
I'm so glad. I want this novella to have a fighting chance at publication. It's a story dear to my heart and one I want to see in the hands of readers.
One problem though--the title is too common. I must find a more unique title!
I thought about maybe "The Dusk Market" or "The Midnight Market" but I think I'm going to settle on "The Moonlight Market". What do you think?