A Last Ditch Book Titling Strategy

the title of your book

When all else fails, you can use this strategy to come up with a title for your book. It might help you loosen up your creative juices.

YOUR STREET NAME
+
THE LAST THING YOU ATE
=
THE TITLE OF YOUR BOOK

Of course, you probably won’t use this strategy to actually name your book, but it’s still a fun game to play.

Using the above rules, what’s the title of your next novel? You can comment below.

If you need a really great title for your book, check out Book Title Critiques.

About John Kremer

John Kremer is author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books, the Relationships Matter Marketing program, and many other books and reports on book marketing, Internet marketing, social media, and book publicity. -- .

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Comments

  1. The title of my book would be Gallina Canyon Apple Sauce Curry. Could be a thriller I guess. Or a great cookbook.

  2. That’s funny!

    Unfortunately, 148th Street Salad doesn’t sound like a bestseller title.

  3. My book would be Thunderbird Tea. Very fun and intiguing idea! Unfortunately, my husbands novel would have the exact same title. Hahahaha!

  4. You’ll have to make him write a cookbook while you keep the title for a novel, Lindy.

  5. Not a good book title. You have to start drinking beer or eating pizza. That way you’ll get a better title.

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