Here's the problem. Normal people, usually first come up with a story and then choose a title that fits the story while being cool and if possible unique. Me? I took the direct opposite path. I came up with the title first and the story second. Now, this wasn't a deliberate thing. It's something that just happened, I was brainstorming for story ideas when this name just came to me, and it was a cool name for a story, so I kept it in my mind. Then when I actually came up with the story that I'm currently working on, I couldn't come up with another title for it and stuck with the one I had already in mind. The problem is that while it's sounds very cool, the current title of my novel doesn't really make much sense. I mean there really isn't much of a connection between the story and the title. Yet I can't come up with a better title! I've been trying to establish some retrospective connections between my novel and it's title but I don't know if it's enough. Do you think this will be a problem? Will it be off putting to readers? By the way, the title is The Legacy of Blood, and the story is a fantasy featuring vampires and witches in prominent roles - there are other magical beings as well but these two are the most significant and heavily-featured ones.