Does anyone else pay attention to titles? I'll admit, I'm getting bad at remembering the specific name of a book I read and enjoyed. Authors' names I recall, and really that has always seemed more important to me. But it is getting a bit disconcerting to have to try and describe a book I read, saying, "You know, the Lee Child novel where the people got thrown out of a plane over a desert?" It'd be so much handier if I just recalled the title. Unfortunately, titles, along with appointment dates and phone numbers have been among the victims of my unraveling memory these days.
But on the flip side there are titles that once encountered are unforgettable. Pride and Prejudice. Coffee, Tea or Me? Go Ask Alice. Pregnesia.
Yep, that's right, I said it. Pregnesia. It was an Intrigue out last year. I dare you to forget that title.
Which brings me to my point. (Bet you thought I didn't have one
The Sheik's Virgin Stable Girl
Daddy Long Stroke
The Italian's Cast Off Virgin Bride
Love in the Laundry Cycle
Bought for Revenge, Bedded for Pleasure
The Weird and Wacky Guide to Knocking Off Ex-Boyfriends
Nude Teacher's Dilemma
If You Want Closure in Your Relationship Start with Your Legs
Snakes in Suits: When Psychopaths Go to Work
Zombie Proof Your Coffin
Living with Crazy Buttocks
The Absolutely Positively Kinda Sorta Maybe Final Word on Everything
Can you find the five made up titles among the rest of these gems without looking them up? Is it important to you to recall titles of books you enjoyed? What makes a title memorable to you?