What’s your candidate for the best book title in the world?
Mine’s William Manchester’s A World Lit Only By Fire… I can’t think of a more evocative title for a book about the Middle Ages.
OK, over to you — what’s your candidate for the best book title in the world? Send me a message on Twitter.
If you’re in the process of writing a book, chances are that you’ve spent a lot of time thinking about a great title. Relax. You’ll have plenty of time to change it before publication, and your editor will weigh in on the title too.
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