Good titles are very hard to write. But they are very easy to destroy. On Twitter, hundreds (perhaps thousands) of readers are subtly changing Great Book Titles into Lesser Books by changing one or two words.
A few brilliant examples:
“The 40,553rd-to-Last of the Mohicans”
“The Moon Is a Nagging Girlfriend”
“A Few Years of Solitude”
“The Manager Of The Rings”
“The Grapes of Disapproval”
Here at GalleyCat Headquarters, we spend entirely too much time on Twitter. Which is why we feel the burning desire to celebrate silly literary hashtags on sunny Fridays. To play the game, just tweet your title and slap the hashtag #lesserbooks at the end of the post.