As a self-published writer, do you struggle with creating your book description and posting it to retailers? If yes, discover free solutions to both problems!
Two Book Description Problems
First, the “art” of writing sales copy is a challenge. Second, there’s the “technical” issue of getting the blurb to show properly on retail sites.
Dave Chesson and his team at Kindlepreneur offer free solutions to both problems. They’ve put together a book blurb generator and a copy-writing formula.
Also, in case you have questions, I’m volunteering to help you find answers.
The Art of Writing a Book Description
According to Dave, you only get one chance to make a first impression and in the world of writing, book covers and book blurbs are that one chance. Click the button below and watch the video to gain an overview of the process.
The Book Description Formula
While you’re on the Kindlepreneur site, take Dave up on his offer and download his free book blurb formula. Here’s a snapshot of the one designed for fiction.
I can’t promise to have answers to all your questions. But what I offer is help to navigate the choppy waters of book blurbs.
I recall my struggle with the terms copy writing and HTML coding. No worries! I’ve collected more than a few techniques and welcome the opportunity to share.
So, if you have questions, let me know. Use the Contact form, or reply to one of my emails.
- Use the Book Description Generator to tailor your content.
- Consider the prompts in the free Book Description Formula.
- Contact me if you have questions.
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Without a doubt, this is a critical piece of book sales. Great discussion.
So true, Jacqui. You’ve nailed why I offered to help.
Very detailed, Grant. Thanks!