Today on the show, BPF Editor-in-Chief and Blurb Whisperer Abigail Dunard are back at it with another deep dive into the scintillating sea of book descriptions!
Here are this episode’s read-along selections:
The Death of the Groom in the Ceremony Room By Suz Williams
A witch sworn off magic, a bad-tempered bridegroom with a peanut allergy, and a cunning killer who considers he’s above getting caught. The death of the groom in the ceremony room is only the beginning of the story.
Blurb Theory by Dennis Stevenson
The Book Bard with a lyric voice. The Blurb Whisperer with all the chair moves. Will their blurbic grimoire languish in the aetheric void or will it set the writing world on fire?
Dennis Stevenson loves book craft. When he discovers the dulcet tones of the blurby podcast, the aspiring word-mage hears the Angel choir sing and electrify the aether. Yearning to grasp the marketing wisdom in his hands he campaigns to record the mighty ancient words and craft a spell book of mystic power.
Armed only with Scrivner and Vellum, the scrappy wordsmith seeks the Bard and the Whisperer to aid him in his selfless quest. Only with the dynamic duo can he scribe the tome of power that will free struggling storytellers everywhere and slay the domineering dragon of marketing. But should he fail, indie writers the world over will hemorrhage cash and the deepest selling magic will be silenced forever.
Blurb Theory is an entertaining masterpiece of book marketing wisdom. If you love getting your stories in the hands of readers, you won’t be able to put down this epic collection of book description wizardry.
Act now for your chance to join the quest party and catapult yourself into the greatest book marketing adventure of the age.