I wrote a book. The book has had three titles. It may yet get a fourth title. I'm told editors sometimes say things like, "We'll buy it, but you have to change the title." I will say, "You got it, Mr./Ms. Editor." I'm not wedded to my title.
Titles are HARD to create. You want to say so much in so few words. Titles are a writer's nemesis. Well, not all writers. Some people just NAIL it and you can not imagine any other title. Here's a new deal I just read on Publisher's Weekly. How's this for a title?
Jay Louis's HOT CHICKS WITH DOUCHEBAGS: Deconstructing the Unholy Wrongness of Hottie/Douchey Coupling and How to Recover from the Douchebag Plague, based on the website HotChickswithDouchebags.com, to Jeremie Ruby-Strauss at Simon Spotlight Entertainment, by Michael Harriot at Vigliano Associates (world).
That reminds me, I gotta go turn on Channel 100 on my Sirius.....