This week’s guest post is an interview with the lovely Stella Dee, author of Living Among Ghosts.
It’s Monday, you know what that means, I’m back with another Monday Marketing(ish) post.
I’m not sure what happened with today’s guest poster, I haven’t been able to find contact for her and have not received any communication so I thought instead of skipping today, that I would share this post from my friend and fellow writer Lorraine Ambers.
Previously we’ve covered how to write a Synopsis and How to Hook an Agent. Why not take a look? In future post’s we’ll uncover Crafting a Novel Title and Writing Book Blurbs.This week we’re taking a closer look at Loglines.
As a writer I’m good with written words, but not so much when it comes to talking about my project. And I’m not alone, many writers flounder when asked the dreaded question; ‘What are you working on?’ or ‘What’s your book about?’
I cringe when thinking about my many long-winded blunders. They had little to do with my work and more about me clutching at something to say. I remember the life-light drifting from their eyes as I waffled on, knowing that we were both thinking – that sounds bloody awful.
This is where a Logline comes in. Or elevator Pitch, the name comes from the notion that…
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It’s Monday, so here’s another Marketing post 🙂
This week’s guest post is an interview with writer Lindsey Richardson. Enjoy!
Things to consider when you are creating your characters’ voices.