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Rejected Titles for My Upcoming eBook on Celiac Disease

Rejected Titles for My Upcoming eBook on Celiac Disease

First things first. If the above picture makes absolutely no sense, stop reading this immediately and go watch History of the World: Part 1. You’re welcome.

So for those unaware, I’ve been working on an eBook for a few months now. The hope is to have it ready within a week. Last month, not knowing what the new book’s title should be, I asked my creative Facebook community for some suggestions. As usual, they did not disappoint. And for the record, none of these were “rejected” as I loved them all. I will call them “alternative” book titles instead.

  • Celiac Disease: The Good, The Bad, The Poopy
  • Celiac Blows
  • Celiac Disease: Understanding the Misunderstood Condition
  • Celiac Disease: Shootin’ the Sh*t
  • Celiacs Can Eat More Than Just Celeriac
  • Celiac Disease: Managing Life In and Out of the Bathroom
  • Celiac: The Nitty, Gritty, and Sh*tty
  • Eat, Pray, Hurl – An Honest Account of Living with Coeliac
  • Celiac Disease: Truth, Lies and Gluten
  • Celiac Disease: The In’s & Out’s (LITERALLY)
  • From Plate to Toilet: A Celiac’s Handbook
  • Celiac Disease: Do You Have the Guts?
  • The Ryes that Bind
  • Celiac – It’s Not Just a Pain in the Ass
  • From Crappy to Happy: Learning to Deal with Your New Celiac Diagnosis
  • Gluten Dude’s Celiac Disease Survival Guide
  • No…I Can’t Just Eat a Salad!
  • Pucker Up, Celiac Disease: Everything You Were Afraid To Ask and More?
  • Gluten Wars: Return of the Villi
  • Hold the Croutons!!
  • Celiac. What the Bleep do I do Now?
  • Celiac Disease: Fork Gluten
  • Defloured
  • Celiac Disease, No it isn’t the Cool Trend
  • Grab a Stool, Let’s Talk Celiac

Gotta love it.

So what did I end up naming by book. Drum roll please………..

“The Naked Truth About Living with Celiac Disease”

Did I just hear a collective groan? Perhaps it was just my imagination. Here was my thought process:

  1. Having something catchy and amusing is totally my style, but might have hindered people from finding it on Amazon, Google, etc.
  2. I didn’t want the title to have a negative vibe as the book is about overcoming the obstacles of celiac disease.
  3. My blog tagline is “The Naked Truth About Living Gluten Free” so it’s consistent with who I am.
  4. I wanted the title to focus on “LIVING” with celiac disease, not just eating gluten-free.
  5. I’ll be naked on the book cover. Seriously. Don’t worry, it will still be PG rated. Ok fine…maybe PG-13.

I’m still considering what the price will be. I will say this: it will be somewhere between $9.99 and $999,999. But definitely under a million dollars so no need to be concerned that it will be overpriced.

If you have some honest feedback about the title, I’m all ears. Just be gentle with me.

Stay tuned…

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