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Number One Fan

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Be careful on what you wish for…

A dream came true for Regine Sta. Maria as she debuts as a news anchor for the evening news. After the newscast, she received a bouquet of flowers and a phone call from someone who calls himself her Number One Fan. His message: make him number one or else, someone will die. The next day, she dismissed it as a mere prank.

After a week, the police found her Journalism professor dead. She realized that Number One Fan proved his threat. Journalists start to die one by one and Regine had to guess who Number One Fan is. But how if her only clue was the tune of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star?

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The Number One Fan

Let me know of what you think about this novel. Comments and suggestions are welcome. I'm about to submit this soon.
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Created: March 19, 2013, 7:12 am

Help on my proposed front cover

I am open for suggestions on this cover image I created. Below is the summary of the novel I am currently writing for you to have an idea. Thanks! 
"It was Regine Sta. Maria's debut as a newscaster for the evening news when she received a bouquet of flowers and a phone call from someone who calls himself her Number One Fan.  The message: make me number one and don't tell anyone or else, someone will die.  With the tune of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star as a clue, she has to guess who will be the next victim as journalists around her die one by one."
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Created: January 29, 2013, 12:38 am
  • TRINATH
    February 3, 2013

    i think this would be suitable as,,,,, cover pages weyh symbols will be attracting than just words

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    • Issa Bacsa
      February 3, 2013

      Thanks, trinath! I'll take note of it. You have a point in making a cover symbolic rather than to go literal.

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  • Audry Swift
    February 1, 2013

    I like it. Your story presents the reader with a puzzle. You symbolize this with your cover. There is more to your story that we don't know. I am sure the cover works for your story (which I think I would love to read). But like already stated each cover is like a draft until you get your finished product. My English professor told me once, "A story evolves each of it's aspects from punctuation to it's premiere to the public. You must be willing to let it change as you go." I think you are off to a good start.

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    • Issa Bacsa
      February 3, 2013

      Thanks, Audry! I'm willing to change as I journey to the finish line.

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  • Diane Carter
    January 30, 2013

    The cover is a good 'working' cover. It's like the first draft of your manuscript. Don't marry yourself to it just yet. Your journey is about writing your book. Now that you have a working cover, and your outline, let's write. Get a draft manuscript that you can start shaping. Once you have completed your manuscript it will be easier to go back and define your cover to a perfect fit.

    Is your newscaster an evening anchor, does she cover the street beat or is she a meteorologist. If you hone her job at the station you'll find it easier to focus the reason for the obsessed fan and the clues you share as you build the story. Just an idea ....

    Marissa, you're on your way!

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    • Issa Bacsa
      January 30, 2013

      Thanks for your comment, Diane. The newscaster is an evening anchor who used to be a street beat reporter and I'm hoping that I was able to build up a good, compelling reason for Number One Fan to stalk the main character. I'm about to share the first few chapters soon for the comments.

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    • Rix Apuntar this book.
      June 9, 2013

      Good job, Ate Issa! I haven't finished your novel yet so I cannot make any critics yet. I will sure enjoy it. Keep it up! :)

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    • Audry Swift
      February 1, 2013

      I think you would benefit from reading Two Little Girls In Blue by Mary Higgins Clark. I think it would help your development process.

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      • Issa Bacsa
        February 4, 2013

        I do have a Mary Higgins Clark book here but not "Two Little Girls in Blue". Let me look for that and thanks for the suggestion.

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