Often we writers struggle to come up with the 'right' title for our novels. But we have to have a care in case we pick a title that probably does more harm than good. I had a novel published in hardback by Hale of London a couple of years ago. I called it THE THIRD SECRET. Felt pretty good about that too. But once it had been published I discovered that Steve Berry had written a best seller by the same name. I don't think my book could ever have competed against that, never mind how good the book was (it's brilliant, actually). So, now I am planning to bring it out in paperback and Kindle, but with a different title. It will be called ROSELLI'S GOLD. I just hope none of the big guns have used that one. I blame no-one but myself for that mistake by the way.