Day 3218: What’s a good title?

What’s a good title for this post?

What’s a good title for your autobiography?

People shared many good titles for their autobiographies in response to my question, last night, on Twitter. At this point, my good titles for my autobiography include

  • A Very Unusual Heart
  • The Backwards Heart
  • It Takes One To Know One
  • Assault and Batteries
  • That Must Have Been Scary

I reserve the right to come up with more good titles before I actually write it.

What’s a good title for today’s collection of images?

What’s a good title for this precious day?

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “What’s a good title?”

What’s a good ending for this “What’s a Good Title?” blog post?

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20 thoughts on “Day 3218: What’s a good title?

  1. Life Through Ann’s Lens is a pretty good title for this post Ann. But then again, so is the title you already have!
    Maybe I should write a book titled Mark, My Words.

  2. Debbie T

    I’m ready to pre-order a copy of your autobiography.

  3. That is a striking photo of Aaron.

    My memoir’s title is TBD.

  4. this title should be ‘life is very worth living.”

  5. Who are those twelve men lined up behind Aaron?

  6. You can probably guess that mine would be That’s Another Story but then I’m also interested in everyone else’s story, because every one is different, that being crushed by a stack of unread books doesn’t sound so bad.

  7. I’m glad to see Joan in the sun!

  8. My title might be “What it’s taken me nearly 70 years to learn.” I have a “big” birthday early in 2022 and I’ve been thinking about this quite a bit. 🙂

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