The original title of Another New Life was Return to Love. In fact, the original file and Pinterest boards still contain the original title. It got me thinking whether this was common or not. Apparently it is. Check out these famous books by their original title:
George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four –The Last Man in Europe (I guess it wasn’t specific enough.)
Ernest Hemingways’ The Sun Also Rises — Fiesta (Was it a book about Spain or China?)
Leo Tolstoy’s War & Peace — All’s Well That Ends Well (Mouthful.)
Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird — Atticus (I could see that.)
And, my favorite book The Great Gatsby — Gatsby, Among Ash-Heaps and Millionaires, Trimalchio, Trimalchio
in West Egg, On the Road to West Egg, Under the Red, White and Blue, Gold-Hatted Gatsby or The High-Bouncing Lover (I think they choose correctly. Gold-Hatted Gatsby, really?)
Do your titles last from idea to publication?
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