How to find a title for your book

Writer's Treasure Chest

You wrote a book. You are writing a book. You are prepared to write a book. And of course, it is important that your book or future book will get a decent title. Catching, attracting curiosity, but not telling too much about its contents. Now, what are you doing?

I have asked as many writers as I could: “How do you find a title – and when do you try to find a title for your book?”

And I got as many answers as I asked authors.

Some of them find them at the beginning, or before they even started. Some can think of a title while they’re still writing and some are thinking forever about it after the book is completed.

For the past few days, I have tried to research some information on how to find a book title for my book(s).

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August 1, 2013, Writer’s Relief…

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6 thoughts on “How to find a title for your book

  1. When it came time for me to decide on a titled for my debut romance novel, a MG/YA Paranormal, entitled “I Kissed a Ghost,” I merely kept on summarizing the storyline until I had enough words to form the title.

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