Dispatches from writer/author Christy Raedeke
I got a 63.7% chance. Not bad for a working title.How did you score?
Mine got a 44% chance. yay. But I typed in The DaVinci Code and got 35.9% soooo...I think it means that my book will sell a few more copies than The DaVinci Code. Am I right?And yeah Christy, how did yours do?
Mine got a 64% chance. Now I'm tempted to test "Curbside Consultation of the Colon."
What a fun little tool! 45.4% for my title.You're absolutely right, Anna! That comforts me that I'll be selling 9% higher than the Da Vinci Code. ;)
Eek! Jump received 21.1%.
This is great. I'm testing everything. I'm writing new novels based on this website. I love it. Do novel scores correlate with credit scores? Can you get a better mortgage based on this novel score? Hum.... |:~)
Breaking Rank = 55.4Oh, man, I could play with this all night!
For The Surface of the Deep, I got 69%. For The Enigma, I got 35.9%. I don't think it likes mine very much...ah, well. :D Thanks for the link.Oh, just for fun...I checked Twilight, and it got 59.3%. So I'm thinking that we should all take this with a grain of salt or two, right?
This is like link to add unicorns and rainbows to our blogs...I could play with it for hours. Just what I needed, another time suck! Thanks Christy!!!
i got 69%--does this presuppose that it's actually published?? I mean, a best seller that isn't even on the market . . . wow!sf
EVERLASTING got 67.3%! I am kinda attatched to that title, so I hope it stays. Before, it went through a lot of changes. Rowen's Girl, An Ocean From Home, The Australian, Map to Umandu...I'm horrible with titles! Thank goodness for my agent :-)
I have the record-setting low of 11%!
I was thinking about it some more, and my book has basically the exact same construction title-wise as THE DIARY OF A WIMPY KID so I plugged that in & it was 10%! So there, title-machine.
That's right, title judger! Stick it!I'm glad others have become as compulsive about this thing as I have...
This was fun! My title came in at 63.7%! Thanks, Christy, for this fun diversion!
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