IT’S NOT FICTION: BLURB WRITING CAN BE FUN!
You’ve just typed those six glorious letters: T-H-E E-N-D. Your manuscript is off to the editor and your beautiful new cover image is ready to go. Now it’s time to tackle the painful process of distilling your creative genius and all of that pretty prose into something that will sell books. But why is it such a chore to draft a synopsis of your work? Do these snippets even matter? Is it possible that you’re just making your blurbs, rather than making them work for you? With tips and tricks and real examples, we’ll discuss these questions and more as we boost your blurb writing confidence and try to convince you that blurb writing can be fun!
BIO: Veronica Adams
Senior Associate Publicist & Chief Marketing Officer - Elle Woods PR (she/her) Veronica joined Elle Woods PR in 2017 after several years of practicing law. A creative type at heart, her strengths shine in promotions and marketing, where she is free to be her quirky, imaginative self. As a publicist, Veronica focuses on bringing individuals and businesses together with new audiences, as well as building and strengthening each client’s unique brand. Veronica is originally from Illinois but now makes her home on Florida’s Suncoast. When she’s not at her desk or doing “market research” (reading), you can find her spending time with her husband and son, playing with her small menagerie of pets, or cheering on the Tampa Bay Lightning.