What’s a good book title?…?

November 1st, 2010

I’m writing these werewolf books and I want it to be a series, but was wondering what a cool kinds funny title would be.

I already wrote the first book which is called How To Kill Your Werewolf Boyfriend. And the second book is called How to plan a Werewolf Wedding.

I kinda write the books based on the titles I can come up with so if you have any ideas it would be helpful.


3 Responses to “What’s a good book title?…?”

  1. Jenny L. says:

    Taming Werewolves for Dummies
    Newbie’s Guide to Werewolf Etiquette
    How to Survive a Werewolf Initiation
    Run And Don’t Look Back

  2. ClockTick says:

    I’m going to tell you what I tell everyone: wait until you’ve already written the book to give it a title. You might come up with a quote that you want to use as your title.

  3. j153e says:

    How to Raise a Werewolf Child.

    The Strong-Willed Werewolf Child.

    How to Divorce a Werewolf.

    Werewolves on Vacation.

    Since you already write, you might enjoy “Creation: Artistic and Spiritual,” O. M. Aivanhov,
    “Nineteen Ways of Looking at Wang Wei,” Weinberger and Paz, and
    “The Path of the Higher Self,” Mark Prophet,
    “The Giver,” Lois Lowry,
    “Bridge to Terabithia,” K. Paterson,
    “A Wrinkle in Time” series, M. L’Engle,
    “Alcatraz versus the Evil Librarians,” Brandon Sanderson.

    Reviews at http://www.amazon.com

    p.s. http://www.wordclay.com is an inexpensive way of publishing a few copies for presents to family and friends. Your books are fairly unique, and make special gifts, often loved.

    p.p.s. http://www.coasttocoastam.com radio often has guests who talk about cryptozoology. Tonight, Monday, March 30th, for example.

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