I think the fire is hot enough to warm up these two. LOL. This is the new cover for my book, Wicked Night Before Christmas, which will be available December 1, 2009 from eXtasy Books. The rounds of edits are finished, so now I am waiting for the galley. As soon as I receive the final copy, I will share an excerpt.
A few days ago, I received an email from Red Rose Publishing’s web mistress. I have to submit my blurbs for the site’s buy page. They need to be 200 words or less. For two days, I worked on revising my super long blurbs struggling to deliver the meat of the story. For the first book, I came up with a so-so blurb. Unsatisfied, I wrote another one. Tired from repeated rewrites, I asked someone to look at it. She quickly replied, edited my still long blurb and gave me the best advice on what to think about when writing a good blurb—conflict.
She said, think about your story’s conflict. Why didn’t I think of that? Here is the buy link: Red Rose Publishing
I am featured at Lynn Crain’s Xtraordinary Romance blog. Please stop by to say hi or leave a comment for a chance to win a free copy of Wicked Proposal.
My latest book, Wicked Proposal, received Five Cups from Coffeetime Romance and Five Flames from My Overstuffed Bookshelf. Do you think a good review plays a big factor in book sales?
Until next time,