I honestly rejected them because i thought they were to generic and they didnt fit the story.Why have you rejected the titles you have?
For me, my first two stories, I knew the title before I started. The third, I wrestled with a bit. I wanted one that encompassed the whole work and the ones I was arriving at were only grabbing pieces of it. But the title did appear before I was finished it. I think it just had to simmer inside my head for a while before it became clear.
That's exactly what I do.I never reject titles. I just start a titles list and add to it. Some get pushed down by new and better ideas,
It's the same for me, at least for my novels. The title just emerges as I'm writing, and it's usually related to something one of the main characters says or does.That's exactly what I do.
I almost never know the title at the start - it just magically emerges in the writing, usually about three quarters through the draft.
I hadn't thought about specialty software and what hurdles there might possibly be using a working title. I use MS Word. As far as renaming files, really, the only file for records that would need to be changed is the main folder which contains all of contents (version of the novel for me). In the end, what is placed on the novel's cover and title page, and possibly the top of pages, etc., is pretty easy to switch from working to final title.A working title is ok, but there's a tech complication there. Sometimes it's easy to change the name of the project later. Sometimes it's not difficult but is tedious (renaming folders and file names individually), and in some cases the specialty software you chose doesn't allow renaming. I had to live with a working title on one of my first projects. Admittedly it's not a huge deal, but it can be an annoyance.