Writing a blurb

It’s not a full guide on how to write a blurb, but just a tip that will help you get more crowd surrounding your piece of fiction.


Let alone, starting, the middle and everything else, which should probably be short, as you don’t want to bore the reader with just your blurb. I’ll discus the ending of it.

Just a simple tip: End your blurb with the conflict. It makes the readers wonder. Wonder about your book. That’s what makes them turn the page. End your blurb with a question (not a stupid one, please), or a dilemma, or maybe a shock, a surprise. Something unexpected.

That’s about it.

Hope, I was some kinda help. More tips coming soon.

Take care!


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