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How short can you make your blurb?

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"Within the scarlet folds lies her true identity. . ."

 

"Through rain and snow, cold and heat, still he would wander. . ."

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for my fantasy book...

 

"In a world of magical essence, an orphan must find his way through social ostracization, unknown powers, and discover his destiny in rescuing the princess while fighting an evil empire. 

 

It's still definitely a work in progress.... I'd say this is just what I have so far. I still have a lot of work to do. 

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After losing their oldest son by suicide, a couple has to work their way back to each other and see their younger son's struggle.

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7 minutes ago, Regina Walker said:

After losing their oldest son by suicide, a couple has to work their way back to each other and see their younger son's struggle.

🥺😭

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20 minutes ago, Alley said:

🥺😭

There is redemption and forgiveness and grace. It's a heavy read, but all is not lost. (Is that a spoiler?)

 

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On 5/21/2020 at 2:03 PM, zx1ninja said:

Not as easy as one might think to shorten but still make sense. 

 

Yup. With all the words that make up a book, it's not easy to boil it down to one sentence. Or two. ;)

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1 hour ago, Regina Walker said:

There is redemption and forgiveness, and grace. It's a heavy read, but all is not lost. (Is that a spoiler?)

 

Maybe.

 

I just have a soft spot for kids. 🙂 And I hurt for grieving parents! 

 

1 hour ago, lynnmosher said:

 

Yup. With all the words that make up a book, it's not easy to boil it down to one sentence. Or two. ;)

That's the truth!! 

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I'm trying to think of a good one for my current one... 😳 😬 😱 

 

She has amnesia; he has survivors guilt. Together they must heal the clans rifts, with a little help from a banshee. 

 

🤔 Maybe? 🤨 

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For Leoshine:

"When mercy is a killer ..."  

 

For the John Murphys:

"Menage a robot-hater"

 

 

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1 hour ago, Nicola said:

For Leoshine:

"When mercy is a killer ..."  

 

For the John Murphys:

"Menage a robot-hater"

 

 

I think you have us beat! Great job! 😊

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8 hours ago, Alley said:

I think you have us beat! Great job!

For brevity, anyway.  It's a fun exercise!  I look forward to reading about your banshee!  

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The story of a Jewish rabbi may tip the balance in a struggle between Imperial Rome and Parthian Warlords.

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3 hours ago, Dramedy Writer80 said:

Leaves her bigamist husband pregnant

 

LOL Wow! Now that's a feat! xD

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