Someday, I may sit down to write a couple of books; I have the titles, and I think it would be a shame not to have actual books to go with them.
The first would be called "Death by Pyracantha" and will be about raising my tall child and the trip through special ed, giftedness, and so on. The title of the book comes from something he said when he was six; distraught over something (nothing, really, except to him), he told me he was going to throw himself out his bedroom window because he deserved death by pyracantha, a very large, very thorny pyracantha being under that window. (I could not help but laugh; what six-year-old thinks of such a thing? I thought it very clever, though of course distressing, too, as he was so distraught at the time. My laughter and subsequent comments broke the downward spiral he was caught in and helped him climb out of the pit.)
The second would be called "Appropriate Paranoia," which is a comment my supervisor's supervisor made when we were talking about public schools in my district. I'm not sure whether this book would be a continuation of the first book or something completely different; I just like the title and want to use it!
And you? What book titles for your own writings do you have lurking in your head?