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Why Did I Choose This Title?
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Last edited: Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Posted: Wednesday, April 28, 2010

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Why do you think a book always has to have a title? Because without it the reader would not be about to get an idea of the book, what it’s about and wouldn’t buy it.

As far as everybody knows that every book has to have a title: a funny one, or a serious one, or a mystery, or fantasy, or educational one and many others version.

Why do you think a book always has to have a title? Because without it the reader would not be about to get an idea of the book, what it’s about and wouldn’t buy it.

Even though Sewing a Friendship is a good title, I think, but for some people it sounds confusing.  Maybe because they don’t have enough time to read the second part of Sewing a Friendship as well as the first word and they think that all about sewing. That’s true , it is about sewing but the girls who sew a long-lasting friendship with their enemy by having courage to include her.

I choose a Sewing a Friendship as my book, because I found similarity in a way to put different and separate pieces of cloth together to make a nice, warm, beautiful quilt as well as when people with many different talents, abilities, characters, point in lives became friends by creating long-lasting, wonderful, powerful friendships.
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