You can’t deny that many readers judge a book by its cover.
And you can outsource the cover design to a professional, with just about any budget, but there’s another part to the cover that’s almost always your responsibility.
We’re talking about the title.
Yep, no pressure — come up with a memorable, insightful, accurate phrase to summarize your work, for the rest of its life.
Fortunately, folks like John Doppler with the Alliance of Independent Authors empathize and want to make things a little easier.
Check out his list of title types and method for using them to brainstorm.