Your blogged book (or any book) needs a title, and possibly a subtitle, that entices readers into its pages or posts. Sometimes books have creative titles; however, many nonfiction books have tell-it-like-it-is titles that let readers know exactly what they will find within a book’s pages.
To come up with a great title, you need to be clear about your book’s subject matter. That’s why we previously spent time honing your subject, theme, and message. If you go back to these sections and study how you have described your book, you will find phrases and words that might work in a title.
Often titles use a play-on-words, alliteration, the actual name of the subject being written about, or a popular phrase. Sometimes titles evoke emotion. The title of a self-help and how-to book should identify or solve a problem, give a reader hope, be easy to remember, or be clear and specific to the topic.
Short titles are more memorable. Numbers works well, too, as in “7 Steps to…” or “10 Ways to…” and “The 8 Places You Should…” Consider using keywords in your title and subtitle to make your book and blog easier to find by search engines.