- Pick a word or an image that is repeated throughout the whole book. That's how I named my current project, though more on that when it becomes a reality. If you keep using the word "pomegranate", for instance, you can title your book, "The First Pomegranate."
- Choose a title based on the overarching theme that ties the whole book together. For instance, a book about a journey to find oneself can be entitled, "Raymond's Journey."
- Choose something that describes the major plot arc. J.K. Rowling did this with all of her Harry Potter novels.
- Base your title off the main problem, or the main solution in the story. If your characters have to find a cure for the deadly Kali virus, you can title your novel, "The Hunt For The Cure".
- If one of your protagonists or antagonists have a defining feature that is repeated over and over, you can use that for a title, like "Auburn Hair".
- If there's a particular detail that you'd like to emphasize and give particular weight, pick that out and use that as a title.
Like I said, titles are hard. Some people just know how to choose a title... it's a knee-jerk thing for them, and I salute them for this talent. I also envy them, because I have had to find ways to compensate for that.
Anyway, feel free to share your suggestions, if you have any more!