My posts usually do not respect spoiler boundaries. I'm talking about stuff from all over Martin's canon, including spoiler chapters from books that never seem to be published.
You know (forgive me if I've mentioned it before), when A Feast for Crows was published, one of the things that really irked me was the out-of-the-blue change where Martin suddenly gave some chapters titles. It actually took me a good while to realize that these titles were actually titles in more than one sense: they were descriptions, titles, related directly to the POV character of the chapter; so in a sense, Martin did continue the tradition of having each chapter named for its POV; only with the many new minor POVs he gave a description instead of just a name. Once I understood this, and how it helped differentiate the minor added POVs from the more "proper", established main characters. Now, eleven years after its publication, I can say I am finally good with this abrupt change (weird how it still feels as if this is something new) and that in many cases I actually like the titles. "The Kraken's Daughter" is one of them. It's a cool title in itself, and it also gives us a description of Asha Greyjoy in the role she has in this particular chapter, as the daughter of Balon Greyjoy, King of the Iron Islands. Now it's almost like I'd wish all chapters in the saga had titles that refered to the POV character's state of mind/status/whatever, because it's cool - and this is actually what Martin ended up doing with Arya and Sansa's chapters in these two last books, where the author is playing with character identity and this is reflected in their changed chapter titles. An interesting experiment, at any rate. Some part of me (the compulsive disorderly one I suppose) still thinks it would be the neatest to have names only; but some actual chapter titles that give away more than who the POV is, is nice too. Come set sail with me as we go to the Iron Islands and Theon's sister, Asha Greyjoy! If you're a TV-only fan, you are probably already aware who Asha is; they changed her name to Yara in the TV show, I suspect because the name was too similar to Osha's. Personally I think it was an unnecessary change - Osha is barely seen after Yara's introduction, and there are other characters whose names are at least as similar (Bronn/Bran, Jon Snow/Jon Arryn).
What is dead may never die, but rises again, harder and stronger!