So, along with writing a great story, comes along with deciding on a clever title. You want something to catch the reader’s eye, something that shouts, “READ ME!” The title does or doesn’t have to be really related to the story, though I prefer it to. I like titles that foreshadow, sometimes up until the end of the last page! Do you prefer one word titles, or multiple? For me, I’m really not picky, but I do admit that I choose books with an interesting title, and yes, sometimes cover. (I know, a bad thing, right?)
When I titled my book “Second Thoughts of the Sexless Fiancée,” it was about a woman who is engaged to a man who won’t have sex with her (we find out in chapter two that he’s gay), and she begins to have second thoughts about being with another man, only because she wants to live a little before being committed to anyone.
Some of these experiences have happened in my life, only on way different levels, and not said or done exactly, but in some ways, I have felt how my main Heroine has felt, but now thanks to my husband who is improving himself, he’s also improving us, which in the end, means that my characters are improving too.
And…now, I guess I should come up with a new title! Oh, this is going to be difficult!