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Entitled to Sell, Part 2

By Lynne Pleau Getting Creative In Entitled to Sell, Part 1, I showed you some different ways titles become memorable. Now let’s look at how do you create them. Start by defining your theme. In one sentence, capture what your … Continue reading

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Entitled to Sell, Part 1

By Lynne Pleau Blockbuster titles are hard to forget. You know the ones I mean: Star Wars, Godfather, Back to the Future, Jaws. They roll off the tongue. They sing with double meaning. And they stick with you for years. … Continue reading

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Using Titles, Hooks and Tropes to Break In at Harlequin Love Inspired

By Lee Tobin McClain Did you ever look at Harlequin Love Inspired books and wonder why their titles are so weird? Seriously, “The Hometown Sheikh’s Secret Baby?” But those titles work because they showcase the “hooks” that make readers want … Continue reading

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