If you are a writer, I would hazard a guess that you've wrestled with finding titles for some of your work. As a reader, you've probably been intrigued by more than a few titles that led you to reading the books. Titles draw potential readers in, and those readers include agents and editors. I believe a certain magic happens when a writer discovers the perfect title for her work. I'll never forget the moment the right title for my romance novel revealed itself. I was driving from my home in Bend to my parents' home in Tigard, Oregon. I'd crossed the Cascade mountains and was cruising up I-5. Words were swirling in my head as I thought about what I wanted the title to convey. Something about "home" I thought. And there it was: Home of the Heart. Perfect!
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