Low spots and dull intervals are part of the shaping of a person’s life. Keep in mind that your book isn’t going to be divided evenly by years. One eventful year may merit three chapters, while you might summarize five other years in one chapter. You might want to highlight a particular low spot that was formative.
A good title is catchy and says, "Read me." Depending on your topic, you may want to steer clear of a "cute" or "witty" title in favor of one that makes a clear promise of what is inside.
Writers often discover a title as they write. Sometimes a phrase or reference in the book comes to stand for the whole work.
Take your time to find a good title. You want one that calls to a reader, insisting on a purchase.
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