If you are struggling with a Book Title, you are in luck

Writing a book is the easy bit. Coming up with a good title for it – much harder. Take Leo Tolstoy, for example. He went through titles like “The Year 1805” and “All’s Well That Ends Well” (really?) before settling on “War and Peace”. And even that he “borrowed” from a guy he knew.

As you can see, sometimes even the best of writers get stuck on coming up with a good book title. To help them get unstuck, I’ve wrote a few suggestions:


Buk of speling erors

Little Red Book of Adam Smith

Capitalist Manifesto

Facts from around the World you didn’t know because you are stupid

Title by an Author

Chicken soup for your feet

Tank Tops are for the Wicked

The life and music of Elvis Presley After the Retirement

If you read this Title, than you can read!

From Here to There in six easy lessons

War and more War

The Tao of Whatever

Singing Along with your Cat

Encyclopedia Britannica Abridged, Six Pages Edition

How to bore women into sleeping with you, the ultimate pick-up manual

My Struggle with a Bucket

How to become Fabulous on a $6.59 a Day Budget

Get out of Debt, Get out of Here

The Bell tolls for you, Silly

The book of Extra Words

Symphony of Pharts

Stoners of the World, Unite or Whatever!

Princes One-Brow

Sailing around the world in a plane

Tentative, Superfluities and other words I can’t spell

Urban Myths, Obfuscated

The book of words in Italic

How to say “I” in one hundred and seventeen languages

Terminal Torrent of Trivial Trifles

The Obvious Observations of the Ordinary

How to Write and Publish a Sentence

Kittens, Baby Seals and Other Tasty Ingredients

The Book of Cliffhangers with Pictures of Actual Cliffs

Popular Sayings of Unpopular People

Strength through Sitting

The Cogitating Book of Cerebration

Tentative Wonderings on Fleeting Flatteries

Where Cows come to Rust


Please feel free to use any of the above titles. Let me know if you need more – I’ll be happy to write them when I get a couple of minutes to spare.


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