The title of a book is never finalized until the book goes to press. Like many authors, I have run through a variety of titles for my book. While I have liked many of them, I can pick only one for the final book.
I recently came up with a slightly revised version of my book's title. The current working title is: "Sex, Lies, and Two Hindu Gurus — What I Learned in a Cult About Faith, Truth, and Sociopaths." I think this title more specifically describes the information I will be sharing with the public through the insider information and vast research contained in this book.
A few people have shared their thoughts with me about some of the different book titles I've had along the way. I would be happy to hear thoughts from others as well. If you would like to share you opinion with me, please let me know what you think.
Also, I'm happy to report that I have a diverse handful of people who have volunteered to read the pre-publication draft of my book over the next few months, and provide me with their feedback. I am very appreciative to these people. I know that their thoughts and opinions will help ensure that my book is not only interesting to read, but also that the stories I tell fulfill their intended purpose: which is to forewarn people about the very real threat of corrupt cults and cult leaders, specifically Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat and Kripalu Maharaj. I would like to give the public fair warning about exactly what lies behind JKP's slick, ornate exterior — it is a pretty facade that hides an ugly, corrupt, and criminal underbelly.
Thank you in advance to my team of pre-publication book readers!