5 Fast Rules for B*tching Blurbs

Bard & Books

Now that you’ve finished your book, it’s time to get ready for publication. Cover art, editing, and copy are just a few critical elements to getting you started. Since writing is something you do, you might want to knock out the back-cover copy (AKA blurb), but I implore you to read this short article in order to avoid making MASSIVE mistakes that will inhibit your book from selling to its full potential.

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 (If you haven’t finished a book don’t worry about this post. Scroll down, click follow and come back when you’re done. Seriously, this will be a huge waste of your time.)

Now that we are down to the people who have a finished book, we can begin the actual meeting for world domination. (Shit, I think there are still some loiterers, so we’ll just talk about blurbs until they get bored of my terrible writing. I promise we’ll eventually…

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