You know it's kind of funny when it comes to titles. A lot of times, I can come up with great titles for someone else's piece, but not for my own. I wonder if it's because I'm too close to my own writing to see what stands out to a "new" reader, but when I'm reading other peoples', things jump out to me as a reader that might not jump out to the writer.
As a writer, you may plan some part of your story, and it may seem so obvious to you, that you don't see it as a key point, or gloss over it for a title. I don't know.
Anyway, I have quite a few titles of my own I like, so I'll try to pick out three of my favorites.
Better than a Bag of Pretzels
I'm honestly not quite sure why I like this one, but I do. I played with a lot of titles for this one, a few of which were downright boring. Then I started thinking about what the people might have eaten had my story not taken place, and.... there it was.
Confessions of an Ex-Pirate
I don't know how I came up with this one, but I still like it. It's fun and catchy and still makes me laugh.
Eli, by the was, is a bit of a recurring character.
Teddy Bears Don't Have Allergies
I like this one because it puts two things together that don't normally go together, and hopefully makes readers wonder how they are connected. It's also a story with a child as one of the main characters, so I chose a "kid friendly" title.