I was thinking about titles recently. Well, in fact I had to come up with some alternate title ideas for my book which is scheduled for release in December 2012. I’ve sent the ideas to my editor and will wait to see if any are suitable. But it got me thinking about how attached, or unattached, some writers become to their titles. I’ve known writers to angst for days, even weeks, over a title. I admit I always come up with a title at around the same time I’m starting to conjure names for my hero and heroine. Obviously I like to link it back to the story. When I wrote Made For Marriage I had the title picked before I’d written any words. I do wonder though, if I’m lucky enough to one day count the number of books I’ve had published in double digits, will I still be able to come up with catchy titles. Actually, I can confess that many years ago I wrote a list of titles, probably well over a hundred, and vowed to write each and every one of those stories. Well, two down . . . countless others to go. Looking forward to it though.