Being last out isn't fun.
My husband used to be the last one out the door in the morning. His work hours changed. Now I'm it and I hate it.
There are all sorts of things I need to do before leaving. I have to make sure all the lights are off. I need to check the stove and other appliances and make sure Rascal is put in her room. Lastly, I need to lock the door behind me. So being last one out, though a minor inconvenience, is irritating.
I don't like being the last one out of the train either. What if the door closes while I'm trying to leave or just before? It's never happened yet, but I still get uneasy.
I don't like being the last one out of an elevator either because sometimes the doors want to close right before or while I'm trying to get out.
So, being last out is no fun.
Same thing with books. I had a title all picked out for my debut mystery. I was going to call it Dead Wrong, but that name was already taken. It took me a while, but I figured out a new title and settled on Two Wrongs, which I like. Still, I wasn't happy at the time.
Then there's popular trends in books. I could go with what's hot now. Maybe I will, but I'm not sure. It could be the trends will change by the time my book is published and I'll be last out or maybe not.
Anyway, I'll just write what I want and take a chance. Whether it's first or last out, I'll deal with it like I always do.