#ChangeAWordRuinABookTitle via Hashtag, You’re It!: The Top Picks By @BrandNewMcMann


We give a lot of power and meaning to words. Just one of them can bring us to the pinnacle of happiness or throw us down to the furthest pit of misery. Ask someone “Will you marry me?” and if you get a “yes” then happiness. Get a “no” from them and misery. Words are the way that we let others know our feelings. They are how we express ourselves and the greatest use of words to express ourselves are in the forms of books. Just recently there has been what some call the longest book ever written. It is Richard Grossman’s “Breeze Avenue” and comes in at just over 1billions words used in it. Now that’s a LOT of words! Some say brevity is the soul of wit but maybe he needed all those words to correctly convey the meaning of the story. But all that effort can be for nothing with the use of just one word. As I said we give words power, and if you change just one word you can completely change the meaning of the intention. So for this week’s “Hashtag, You’re It” I wanted Twitter to experience this first hand. The most significant component of a book is it’s title. So let’s start there. This week’s hashtag was #ChangeAWordRuinABookTitle. So check out the top list below and don’t forget to join me every Tuesday at 11 am EDT for the next exciting episode of “Hashtag, You’re It”

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