Today on the show, Jim and Abigail tackle author-submitted blurbs to rip them to shreds and build them back up, one line at a time. Here are this episode’s read-along selections:
Author: Crissy Moss
Virtual worlds hold many dangers, and secrets.
Ever since that fateful day Jupiter was left standing alone on the beach, he has been avoiding the virtual world. Staying away hasn’t been easy. When reality is nothing but a cell and powdered food, how could he resist the siren call of freedom and a chance to make amends with his best friend?
In order to find Cas, Jupiter must travel to The Hub, the center of all virtual worlds. There are new opportunities, new people, and new AI’s just dying to meet him. If he can manage to find Cas then maybe they can find out just how far the rabbit hole goes, and just what troubles are waiting for them below the surface.
˃˃˃ A fast paced litRPG set in The Hub World.
Book three in the Hub World litRPG series. A world filled with dungeon dives, duels, and magical creations.
Grab a copy today.
Author: Jennifer Griffith
Not all billionaires wear a suit and tie.
Nanny/grad student Eliza is playing matchmaker for all the wrong reasons, but all the right reasons, too. Really.
Henry is a lost soul, literally.
However, he’s also a billionaire cowboy in disguise. A really good disguise.
As in, Eliza assumes he’s a homeless hobo in need of food and a bath.
Henry seems perfect for Eliza’s plan for covertly matchmaking her horrible boss. A little soap and water, a shave and a tuxedo, and voilá! Prince charming!
Plus, he gets off the streets. It’s a win-win.
Except after the makeover, will secret billionaire Henry’s charm be so irresistible that Eliza isn’t setting up the billionaire anymore, she’s setting herself up for a fall?
This gender-flipped fairytale retelling of My Fair Lady and the classic Greek myth Pygmalion and Galatea is set on San Nouveau Island, a fictional, windswept island exclusively for the superrich off the coast of beautiful California.
–Abigail’s Targeted Tip:
San Nouveau Island, a fictional, windswept island exclusively for the superrich off the coast of beautiful California.
If the location plays a critical part in your story, add in some references within your description.
(Place Name, date)
–Question of the Week:
How much info about your location do you include in your blurb?
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