If you've gone through ten, fifteen, twenty titles for a book, is the problem with the title, the book, or you?
Why do you assume there's a problem? :)
I like it!
what's the motivating principle in one phrase? What's the 'thesis' of the narrative? Where's the book headed?
Choose carefully because it can work both ways. Titles can present and books follow!
BUT, I believe, you do need a title before you set out in order to keep focus. Just occasionally, you may think of a better one half way through, but that doesn't matter. You've proved your point.
Because its all questions and no answers.
though it's true titles aren't copyright.
Listen, while you're doing a Samuel Beckett upside down, you might like to consider that the answers are out there. You just need to put on the right specs.
Or change the question...
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