Excellent advice. Check it out.
So…you’ve written an awesome book, right? Of course you have. You’ve slaved over it, perfected it, edited it until you can’t even see the words anymore. You have a great cover, your beta readers have sufficiently fluffed your feathers and then you realise…
oh shit…(sorry Chris,) that you need to have words on this cover other than your author name and the book title.
What do you say to describe an entire book in a few sentences? How do you approach this situation when you have so many great scenes running through your head and you can’t pick just one or two?
This is going to sound silly. Wait for the logic. (Yes, I can still produce some once in a while.)
Treat it like a love interest.
Seriously. Think of your potential audience like someone you are trying to attract and go on a first date with.
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