Warrior With Wings testing book

Warrior With Wings testing book

by salil mehta

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Overview

One of the most crucial elements to selling a book is also probably the most difficult element to create for authors. The book description is your lead in, your chance to hook a reader and get them to crack the cover and satisfy their curiosity. Even in an online environment, the book description can bridge the gap between having just another title among a sea of choices and a sellable book worth reading.The problem is that many authors have a hard time writing a good book description. The main reason it can prove so difficult is because they don't want to leave anything out. As the creator of the material, there's a natural instinct to find a way to cram all or as much of that material into the description. But too many details can render your description confusing and ineffective.This Elements of the Book DescriptionAs someone who has failed and triumphed over book descriptions, here is what I have learned through my personal series of trial and error. Call them rules, suggestions or ramblings of an author gone mad, but I've collected these tips by observing and consulting with other authors, both self-published and traditionally published.1. Don't include subplots. When it comes to the book description, the onlthing that matters is the main plot or main theme. That's all you need to focus on when you sit down to write your book description. Including anything else will send you off into an endless loop of "then this happened" moments that will dilute your book description. What is the primary action that drives your book?This, no doubt, will elicit some moans and groans by a lot of authors. Summarizing a book that consists of tens of thousands of words to just 150 is impossible, right? No. In fact, I am of the belief that you should be able to summarize your book in a single short sentence.Remember, you don't have to concern yourself with the character development and sub-plots what is your book about and what will make readers interested?i the character- The END

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158814198
Publisher: salil-mehta
Publication date: 02/20/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 13 KB

About the Author

One of the most crucial elements to selling a book is also probably the most difficult element to create for authors. The book description is your lead in, your chance to hook a reader and get them to crack the cover and satisfy their curiosity. Even in an online environment, the book description can bridge the gap between having just another title among a sea of choices and a sellable book worth reading.The problem is that many authors have a hard time writing a good book description. The main reason it can prove so difficult is because they don't want to leave anything out. As the creator of the material, there's a natural instinct to find a way to cram all or as much of that material into the description. But too many details can render your description confusing and ineffective.This Elements of the Book DescriptionAs someone who has failed and triumphed over book descriptions, here is what I have learned through my personal series of trial and error. Call them rules, suggestions or ramblings of an author gone mad, but I've collected these tips by observing and consulting with other authors, both self-published and traditionally published.1. Don't include subplots. When it comes to the book description, the onlthing that matters is the main plot or main theme. That's all you need to focus on when you sit down to write your book description. Including anything else will send you off into an endless loop of "then this happened" moments that will dilute your book description. What is the primary action that drives your book?This, no doubt, will elicit some moans and groans by a lot of authors. Summarizing a book that consists of tens of thousands of words to just 150 is impossible, right? No. In fact, I am of the belief that you should be able to summarize your book in a single short sentence.Remember, you don't have to concern yourself with the character development and sub-plots what is your book about and what will make readers interested?i the character- The END

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