Branding that Book Baby; #MFRWAuthor Blog Challenge — 10 Comments

  1. Alina, I think that’s a really good insight about using a title in a Regency title. And you’re so right that there are far more dukes in fiction than ever lived in real life! Just like there are way more young hot billionaires in romance fiction than in real life. (Rolling eyes on that one.)

    My Regency, Lady Elinor’s Escape, has both a title and alliteration, but didn’t sell well, so that’s not a silver bullet, but at least I may be on the right track.

    Great post.

    • And I just read Lily and the Gambler and really enjoyed it! I thought that title worked.
      Thanks for stopping by, Linda.

  2. You’re spot on regarding branding. The trick is getting to that recognition point without life, publisher’s closing, industry changing, and a myriad of other things getting into our way.

  3. I never thought about using alliterations. Maybe because I’m not sure I could come up with one. Nice that you found a system that works for you when it comes to picking a title.

    • Yes I have some coming up that will be a bit different probably, depending on what I finally settle on!