Look closely and you may find that apart from the fact that they are all famous stories, the titles themselves are perfect: apt, elegant, eye-catching and unusual. It is also certain that these unique and highly recognisable titles are never going to grace the cover of any other book again!
A title is the icing on the cake of a composition. An appropriate title is one that hints at the essence of the composition, sets the tone without revealing too much and acts as a hook...
Read the full article in the January/February 2011 issue of Writers' Journal
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