This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read - Science Fiction & Fantasy
(Books Read: Science Fiction & Fantasy) and Age Range
(25 34, 18 24). A sample of responses:
- Option B just reads very oddly on it's own, like it was miswritten. Perhaps a subtitle would be useful here, but really I keep re-reading it and it just seems like a typo that should have read "good". Or even if it read "Your" instead of "the" it might translate better. Plus mixing a plural and singular so directly following one another is also weird to read. I think option A is easy to read when scanning book titles and it gives me a little bit of an idea of what I might expect the content to be.
- I chose option A because it sounds like a more secular book; I am personally not a religious person and therefore am not interested as much in something that is explicitly religious. I also think that "The Mark of a Healer" has marketing potential and could be more visually appealing to customers who see the physical book on Amazon or in a store.
- Based on the title alone, that’s a really tough decision. Knowing the genre would help a lot. But just based off the title I prefer B, “The God Keys”. It sounds intriguing and is much easier to remember than the other title. This one sounds like it could be a really engaging read while A sounds like it might fall a little flat.
- As someone who is not at all a religious person, a book entitled "The God Keys" did not hold much appeal for me. Although I am unfamiliar with the actual subject matter of the book, the title itself was a bit of a turnoff to someone like me who is more of a secular person.