Yesterday was a great day, let’s keep it going! Only 24 hours left 😀 to nominate my book Cracked Daisy. You do not need an Amazon Account, you only need to sign in with an email and create a pasword. Thank you, thank you! 😀
I have been playing around with book blurbs now that my book is ready to be sold!! It is up on Amazon for Pre-Sale with a date to GO LIVE Nov 21!!
I have changed the book cover multiple times because of the way it looked from the printing company once printed but I have found one I am in absolute love with and looks great in paperback!
What would you do differently with the book blurb example below? Don’t hold back 🙂 If you have questions about the publishing process feel free to ask or email me. If you are a book reviewer and want to talk I am happy to have that discussion as well!
“Agent Colin Banks was doing what he did every day, that is, at least for the last three years. He was chasing leads and arresting criminals of the State. The young girl he picked up at the airport he assumed was collateral damage for a money-laundering scheme, he couldn’t have been further from the truth. His years of service and following the law were about to be flayed open like a fish at a Chinese fish market. Everything he thought he knew about the government he worked for was a lie and the trail of deceit stretched further than his military trained mind had been prepared to believe. His young female suspect with her silence would soon make him leave behind his career to save her. Will she be worth saving in the end?”
Brock looked at his watch, “Where are they?” He asked the darkness as if he would hear an answer back. Why had he agreed to meet this late in the middle of nowhere?
The moon was full in the night sky and he hated to be near the town’s cemetery. Mostly because of the dead silence that seemed to fill his head with the noisiness of fear. The other reason he hated it out here, the fact his close friend had been buried there so many years before and he had never been to visit. Guilt settled on him immediately, he looked down the road and saw no headlights in view and again glanced at his watch. He found his feet moving him towards the headstone of his buddy not fully sure what was pulling him there.
I HOPE YOU ENJOYED TODAY”S PROMPT!! NOW GET WRITING!!!
Dean hadn’t entered the old cave since he was a child and now standing at the entrance he had apprehensions remembering what had happened in those damp cavernous rooms. He flipped the flashlight on and began his trek. If Dean was right, his life would be very different when he emerged.
Are you better than you were yesterday? That is the only gauge you should be using to compare yourself!