You might think that compared to writing an entire book, selecting a title would be easy. In reality, however, crafting an effective title is a finely-tuned art that usually requires a great deal of analysis and strategy on the part of the author and publishing team.
We started this term off running with a title vote on the first day of classes. I want to say again a huge Thank You to everyone who contributed ideas to this process. We are very happy with the new title Rhythm in the Rain and are now beginning to think about a cover to […]
Early this past March, Ooligan hosted its very first public title vote for our forthcoming jazz project. This poll ran for two weeks and offered up four titles with space for clever minds to add in their own suggestions. Rhythm in the Rain: Jazz in the Pacific Northwest was voted best title for the project, […]
As we are reaching the end of Winter 2015, I wanted to introduce the team who has been working to make this book possible. Without these people, it would be nearly impossible to accomplish anything we have done thus far, so I wanted to give them a shout out this week. One of the bigger […]
As we continue to work through the developmental edits of the Mastersounds manuscript, it is now time to begin considering picking the final title for the book. The team and the author are currently hard at work developing possibilities for this name change, but we want to get a wider opinion. That said, on March […]
After much deliberation, we finally have a set title for Eliot’s new young adult novel. I’m thrilled to announce that A Series of Small Maneuvers will be released November 1, 2015. We all agreed that this title–pulled from a crucial scene in the book—-picks up on one of the main themes, and can be applied […]