Laurence O’Brien of BooksGoSocial reminds us how to create good book description copy – one of the key elements to book marketing.
Step One: Watch this short 1 minute 21 seconds video. Step Two: Use strong active verbs instead of passive ones. If you’re describing a romance novel, for example, use words like: hot, steamy, spicy, scorching, passionate, burning. Use of…
Source: Fast Track Guide To Fixing Your Book Description | BooksGoSocial Resources
Karon Thackston gives some good advice about how to better describe/list your book for any site, really. I particularly like the power words. But all her examples are of non-fiction books and
non-fiction authors. I wish she had picked fiction examples. That’s a harder book to sell.
How To Write Fascinating Amazon Book Listings.
Christine Keleny – CKBooks Publishing
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