Write a Blurb with Snap, Crackle, and Pop
Speaker: Reana Malori
Does the idea of writing a sizzling, enticing blurb for your book give you hives? Have you felt that churn and swirl in your stomach when it’s time to put on your marketing hat?
After all, you became an author to write amazing stories and bring your characters to life. After writing a book full of romance, vivid background scenes, and dynamic characters, how can you be expected to boil that down into 150 words? A blurb can’t do your book justice anyway… they just need to read it.
If only it were that simple.
Writing a book blurb that will entice a potential reader to buy your book is the holy grail of author marketing. A well-written blurb is a sales pitch for your book. It should sound interesting, engaging, and represent the premise of the story without giving too much away.
In this program, we’re going to delve into how to craft compelling, enticing, and high-converting book blurbs. Creating a sizzling blurb for your book is both an art and a science, and a lot of fun when done right. No lofty, general concepts. We will have “how to” practical examples, so you can begin creating, or updating, your book blurbs immediately.
USA Today bestselling author Reana Malori pens gripping multicultural/interracial contemporary romance novels full of love, steam, and suspense that will pull you into her world. You’ll want to run away with these smoking hot book boyfriends and find a happily ever after alongside heroines you’d love as a best friend. Grab a glass of wine and enjoy!
Reana began her writing journey in 2009, releasing her first novella, To Love a Marine. Since then, she has published more than 35 books, to include Weekend Fling, Finding Faith, Odin’s Honor, and Secret Devotion. She currently resides in Montclair, Virginia with her husband and two sons who keep her busy laughing, having fun, and making sure she doesn’t take herself too seriously.
Reana is also known publicly as Lee Mariano, an HR Consultant, Speaker, and Life & Success Coach for women.