In another act of chasing the twitter numbers and boosting the Google Analytics chart of this website, I wrote another article for ‘The Creative Penn‘.
It was published a few days ago but I’ve been so
busy lazy that I’ve just got around to sticking up here – ‘10 Productivity Tips for Writers‘.
If you’ve come here from there, hello!
Previously I’ve chosen a title pretty quick. I think ‘Railroaded‘ was thought of before I even started and ‘Broken Branches‘ was pretty soon after. So this is one itch I want to scratch soon, give this thing a name and get on with the rest of it.
A couple of posts ago, I mentioned I had two potential titles; ‘Blindsided‘ and ‘The Rejected‘. I like both of them. Blindsided is a simple one word title with many connotations. The Rejected sounds like a band but also makes for a title I like. Both have something to do with the novel itself…which I think is somewhat important!
Anyway, it got me thinking…well, fantasising. What if this thing goes to print, what does the competition look like?
A search in Amazon UK in the Books category returns 70 results for Blindsided, with quite a few books having that exact same title. A search for The Rejected returns 862 results but none of them matching the title exactly – there’s 863 titles with the word ‘rejected’ in them.
So what does this mean? How should it influence my decision?