Story TitleA good story title means good click bait.
Examples of good story titles:
Alice in Wonderland
Tips for a good title:
-Simplicity makes a story title good; short, speedy and sharp.
-Close your eyes for a few seconds and forge a word in your head, good writers use this method often.
-a story title as an adjective can be good. (E.g Twisted, Disorientated, Hollow, Tangled, Crimson)
-a story title with the character's name is also very useful, can lure readers (E.g Lucy, Alicia, Sebastian)
-a story title should be 1-6 words long, with an exception of Comedic novels and a few others.
-include spelling mistakes, it makes you look silly.
-incorrect capitalisation, there should be a capital for the start of every word in your story; excluding 'of' and 'the'(must be capital if they're the first word in the title)
-have a title irrelevant to a plot, this one is obvious; don't give your readers the wrong ideas
-Have full stops
-must not be the same as your description
Examples of Bad titles: (none of these are actual titles)
My OC Lily the hedgehogs story
Big bad evil Titan
Story about my sister hope you like it.
Random love story I wrote
roge cremsom dreams
warrior cat and Harry Potter crossover
Try to have a unique title, creativity is an essential skill to writing.