Wednesday, December 12, 2012

A Title; Choose Wisely

   The second most important thing for a book is its title. The #1 most important thing will be announced in the next post.
   A book title needs to be memorable and catchy, so the reader can remember it easily. If they can remember the name of the book then that person can tell their friends and family about it and you'll sell more books.
   Your title should be catchy, but it should also make sense in a way that it goes with your book. Or you can do what Stephenie Meyer (the author of the world famous Twilight Saga) did and go with a theme.


 Each of her book titles have to do with the sun.

Twilight -- when the sun is just setting.

New Moon -- The phase of the moon when it is in conjunction with the sun and invisible from earth

Eclipse --  An obscuring of the light from one celestial body by the passage of another between it and the observer or between it and its source of...: "an eclipse of the sun"

Breaking Dawn --(clueless as to why this was chosen as a title

   Anyway, her series obviously has a theme. You can have a theme, and have one of the books not really make sense (like her forth book in the saga breaking dawn), or you can just have a title.
   A theme would go with if you have a series, or trilogy, etc.

     Thanks for reading! Plz comment!!!

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