The title of a book says a lot. It may give a hint of what’s inside. It may offer the tone of a book. It may even suggest a little insight about the plot. It should offer something, but not too much. And the title needs to be catchy and memorable.
As of now, the working title of my book is Lucy’s Milk, (subtitled) Adventures on the Land.
But that is sooo boring. I got some inspiration to do a little thinking outside the box from this great write-up by Emma Walton Hamilton. She provides some great tips to help you get your thinking cap recharged. http://www.emmawaltonhamilton.com/whats-in-a-title/
So now I am off to think.
How does a title grab your attention? What are some of your favorite titles?