I'm about seventy-five pages into my first, serious novel draft, and I still have yet to come up with a title for my book. Sometimes I think that I won't be able to title it until I'm nearly finished writing it, but then there are other times where I think that I may never come up with a title that satisfies me.
What do other people do in regards to titling? Do you come up with a title first, before even writing a draft? Or does it take you until you're done to even begin thinking about it?
The issue isn't a big one, but it's been bugging me recently because I want to tell my friends about my book, and many ask "What's it called?" I end up going into an explanation of the story/short synopsis instead, but it would be far more satisfying to have at least a working title that I like.
I'll keep thinking about it, but I just wondered what everyone else's strategies for titling their work are. When in the process do you title your story, how many times do you change that title (if you do), and what's your process for coming up with a title in the first place?