you ready to create a wonderful book title? Webster defines
wonder as something that produces extraordinary results, as
if by a miracle. Experts say book titles are responsible for
80% or more of a book's initial pulling power. The average reader
will spend only 4-8 seconds on the cover.
book cover's components on the outside help sell the message
inside. So, to sell more books follow the tips below to create
a wonderful book title that will produce extraordinary results:
Form a book title with a special twist.
Make your book title original and unique by using a play on
words, like above. Or use an old cliche with a new twist. Book
titles like, "Climb Your Stairway to Heaven," "Woman
Sense Rules," "Fit for Life." You can adapt a
cliche to your title and make your book title a memorable one.
Produce the wonder pill solution.
The Essential Link to Victorious Living"
Does your book title solve a problem? Craft your title to answer
the question and not just ask one. For example, "Vitamins?"
or "Vitamins: the essential link to health." Prefer
positive language over negative. You don't want to title a book
with a negative statement like, "Without Exercise You'll
Die Prematurely." Instead use "Exercise: The Essential
Link to Long Living."
Create an alliteration melody in your book title.
to Be a Great Communicator In Person, On Paper and at the Podium!"
Alliteration is using words in succession that start with the
same letter. Alliteration also happens when titles include parallel
construction or repeated consonants as used in the title and
sub-title. For example, a friend used alliteration in her title,
"WOW! Women of Worth: Creating a Life Full of Passion,
Power & Purpose." The repeated consonants create a
rhythm that cements the book's title in a reader's mind.
Newberry's "Success is Not an Accident! Change Your Choices,
Change Your Life", the repeated consonants and the repeated
word 'change' work together to emphasize the success technique.
4. Construct a book title with super
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Psychological studies have proven that there are certain words
that can help you connect to your potential readers and motivate
them to buy from you. Choose from the list of words below that
can help you connect.
words like: Free, Sale, How to, Healthy, Love, Now, Discover,
Guarantee, Safe, Value, Introduce, Natural, New, Fun, Easy,
Fast, Benefits, Save, Your, Precious, Right, Gain, Proven, Secret,
You, Money, Penetrate, Solution, Alternative, Happy, Suddenly,
Wonder, Security, Advice, Proud, Comfortable.
Acknowledge your audience in the book title.
Soup for Prisoners"
Including your audience in your book title gives your book a
slant. Without a slant, your book may miss sales. A slanted
book title helps your audience realize they need your book.
For example, the Chicken Soup series for teenagers, mothers,
even prisoners sold much better that the original more general
Chicken Soup for the Soul. Give expert advice to a specific
group of people. Target a group of people within your broad
your book title designed to hook your book readers? Titles set
the stage for your potential audience. They either work to grab
your potential reader by the collar and pull them in for the
read or they don't.
book titles create excitement, anticipation and enthusiasm for
more. You want your titles to express the heart and passion
of your message, right? Then write your book title to create
extraordinary results that ignites interest in reading your
you ready to develop a wonderful book title for your own book?
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Brown, known by many as the Book Success Coach, “teaches
experts and professioals who are impacting the world how
to uplevel their message and mission with a saleable book.”
Using her signature book 'Write Your Best Book Now' and
writing course '100 Days To A Book', she is practicing
what she preaches. She enjoys reading novels, writing
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