5 Steps to Better Blurbs: Crafting Dynamic Descriptions that Sell
Want to learn to write better blurbs?
Ask an author about the hardest part of writing a book and many will say the blurb. It’s the most misunderstood task we undertake. Herein, I’ll dissect the principles at work behind awesome blurbs, examine the common mistakes, and detail some completed case studies. Once I’ve shown you the five steps to strengthening the book description, you can put what you’ve learned into play.
Inside, you will find …
• 10 principles of dream blurbs
• 5 common mistakes
• 10 case studies
• 5 steps to better blurbs
• 6 exercises to strengthen your blurbs
Bonus: You’ll find information on getting additional case studies and free or discounted blurb overhauls.
Victoria Saveron knows two things for certain. Dark forces want to kill her, and her friends have cooler powers than she does. Katrina can shapeshift and Tellen can tap into destructive magic currents.
Everything else is uncertain and rumors abound.
Victoria might be the Chosen One, whatever that means. Her father might be able to help them, but only if they can find him. Coldhaven’s villagers might be able to offer them food and shelter. Some fool might be running around unlocking Darkland portals to raise an undead army.
The further Victoria and her companions get on their journey, the more dangers and betrayals they face. They must awaken Vic’s true powers or forfeit the world.
Twelve-year-old Jillian Blairington never thought she was particularly special.
She was wrong. She’s a Dream Shaper.
The scientists responsible for the genetic modifications kidnap her in order to teach Jillian how to use her Gift. But she isn’t alone. They also have her babysitter, Danielle Matheson, snatched to keep her in line.
They also have a task for her.
If Jillian can’t master her Gift quickly, Danielle might only be the first victim of many.