“Book Title Generator,” by book publicist Scott Lorenz, won 24 publishing and writing awards
Plymouth, MI, USA – February 28, 2022 – Book Title Generator: A Proven System for Naming Your Bookby publicist Scott Lorenz, won twenty-four awards.
Scott Lorenz, President of Westwind book marketing with over 30 years in the public relations industry, has witnessed and adapted to the massive technological and societal changes that have altered the landscape of book marketing. “Besides writing a good book, the most important thing for a book’s success is a great title,” says Lorenz. “Nobody buys a book without first being attracted by the title and the cover. If the title doesn’t catch them, it’s game over. Using the latest methods to rank a book on search engines and Amazon, Lorenz shows authors how to get the right title for their book. “I ask authors to consider all options in the quest for the perfect book title. From the use of numbers, alliteration, idioms and keyword research, book title generator covers them all.
Lorenz offers this sage advice: “If you take the time and use the tools available to you here and choose the right search engine optimized title, your book will have an inside edge by making big sales at the top of the Amazon rankings. Pick the wrong title and your book languishes in obscurity.
Book Title Generator has received dozens of awards in many categories ranging from writing and publishing to business and marketing. Rewards include: The Independent Author Network Award, Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, eLit Award, Literary Titan Book Award, Royal Dragonfly Award, American Book Fest, Book Readers Appreciation, Wishing Shelf, The New England Book Festival, Firebird Book Awards, New York Book Festival, San Francisco Book Festival, The Presidents Book Award, IPPY Book Award, Next Generation Award, AXIOM Business Book Award, Book Excellence Award, AMG International, PenCraft Book Achievement, Book of the Year Award, Best Book Award, BRAG Medallion, FAPA’s President’s Silver Award and the International Book Prize.
Readers of the book are also impressed and have this to say about book title generator;
“This guy nails it! A real pro who knows exactly what he’s talking about. Getting a copy before you publish your book is a no-brainer — especially if you’re a first-time author. – Brian F. Amazon, 5 stars
“Bottom line: This is a compilation of clever ideas from a very experienced book publicist. Even the most experienced writer will benefit. – Richard B. Schwartz, Amazon Top 500 Reviewer, Top Contributor, 5 Stars
“I particularly enjoyed his analysis of the effectiveness of idioms, alliteration, and metaphors in developing effective book titles. I recommend the book to both new and experienced authors. – Barbara Mojica, Amazon Top 1000 Reviewer, Top Contributor, 5 Stars
“It’s an essential and first-rate complement to the art of writing – and selling – your book. The goal: discoverability! Highly recommended. -Grady Harp, Amazon Hall of Fame Top 50 Reviewer, 5 Stars
“Press agent Scott Lorenz gives you the ABC’s and the XYZ to choose the perfect title for that book you’ve put your heart into. It’s required reading for aspiring or seasoned writers alike. – John Kelly, Detroit Free Press, 5 stars
“I’m an author and I’ve been writing for over 10 years. This book is exactly what I have been looking for all this time. Scott Lorenz understands the creative side while delving into the marketing side of naming a book. It explains how to prepare for success. – Iris, Amazon review, 5 stars
The strategies Lorenz offers are valid for aspects of online marketing beyond the world of books, which could prove invaluable to authors seeking to showcase their professional services. Many authors use a book as input for seminars, speaking engagements, advice, or marketing a specific expertise.
Lorenz presents a multi-pronged strategy of incentivizing the use of high-tech tools, researching bestsellers by genre, and choosing “title keywords” that help rank a book on search engines and Amazon. After seeing and experiencing the pitfalls of book marketing, Lorenz thoughtfully ushers authors through the maze of numbers, alliteration, idioms, keywords, and all that must be considered in the quest for the title of perfect book.
The book is available on Amazon as an ebook for Kindle, as a paperback and as an audiobook. Learn more about: www.BookTitleGenerator.net. Watch the book trailer here: https://bit.ly/BookTitleGeneratorTrailer. Listen to an excerpt from the audiobook here: http://bit.ly/AudioSampleBookTitleGen.
“A thoughtful collection of techniques and tips for naming a book. I highly recommend it.” – Pamela Gossiaux, bestselling author, Russo Romantic Mysteries, 5 stars
“Revealed! The secret behind choosing a good title for your book is in the Book Title Generator…it’s essential reading for authors…before they give their book a title!” – Susan Keefe, Midwest Book Review, 5 stars
“The authors stop! Don’t pass GO! You must read this book BEFORE giving your book a title. Don’t make that fateful mistake of giving your book the wrong title! » – Jess Todtfeld, Media Secrets author, former television producer for NBC, ABC and FOX-News, 5 stars
book publicist Scott Lorenz is President of Westwind book marketing, a public relations and marketing firm that has a special talent for working with authors to help them get all the publicity they deserve and more. Lorenz works with best-selling authors and self-published authors promoting all types of books, whether it’s their first book or their 15th book.
He’s managed publicity for books by CEOs, CIA officers, Navy SEALS, homemakers, fitness gurus, doctors, lawyers, and adventurers. His clients have been featured by Good Morning America, FOX & Friends, CNN, ABC News, New York Times, Nightline, TIME, PBS, LA Times, USA Today, Washington Post, Woman’s World and Howard Stern to name a few. -ones.
Learn more about Westwind Communications’ approach to book marketing at https://www.Book-Marketing-Expert.com or contact Lorenz at [email protected] or by phone at 734-667-2090.
Join the 45K+ authors and writers who follow Lorenz on Twitter @aBookPublicist.