Your Book Title (along with it’s cover) is the first impression that readers get of your book. An intriguing title can pull the reader in and can be instrumental in driving sales. Discover tips from Writing Masters on how to find a good title for your book.
How do you find a title for your book?
Knowing how to title a book starts with understanding what you want reads to take away from it. When it comes to writing a book, coming up with reasonable book title ideas is surprisingly one of the hardest parts to complete.
It’s difficult because titles are essentially short hooks that advertise your book using the fewest words possible. In this video, Self Publishing School covers everything you need to know about how to choose a book title that converts.
Examples of Good & Bad Book Titles
Kindlepreneur helps provide some key insights into what makes a book title good or bad, using examples to make his case.
Nonfiction Book Title Checklist
Your book title and your book cover are the two most important marketing materials you will create for your non-fiction book. In this video, Julie Broad, author and founder of Book Launchers, gives you a checklist of the things that you MUST have in a fantastic non-fiction book title.
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The cover of your book (along with it’s title) is the first impression that readers get of your book. A compelling cover is an essential ingredient that helps drive a purchase decisions. Discover tips of the top writing masters on how to create a book cover that sells.