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The Do’s and Don’ts of #Writing a Book #Blurb – Nicholas Rossis


Writing the Blurb for our books, as small as the task may seem, involves a lot of components. I have shared a link here to an article posted by Nicholas Rossis, who shares some terrific information on what it takes to write a good blurb.


Writing a Book Blurb

By far, the weakest part of many self-published books is the synopsis*. Writing a decent blurb is an art form totally separate from writing a book.Read more below:

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D.G. Kaye is a nonfiction/memoir writer, who writes from her own life experiences and self-medicates with a daily dose of humor.


  • Janice Wald

    1. Thanks for posting this info about how I can write a book blurb for my thus far imaginary book! =) I’ll bookmark this for later us.
    2. Thanks for following my blog today. (I thought you already were.)
    3. I followed you back. I don’t want to miss a post!
    4. I am back after my month-long vacation. It meant a lot to me that you were Tweeting my articles for me while I was gone. I missed you.

    • dgkaye

      HI Janice! Welcome back! WordPress is doing strange things to my site. I also had trouble with my gravatar a few weeks ago before I went on vacay, and I’m finding when I’m visiting my favourite blogs (like yours) that it’s asking me to follow this blog? I saw this on yours as well as many others I’m following for so long. And because you’ve been away and no blog posts, I thought, maybe I’m not following you any longer since wordpress has been wonky. Now, I’ve noticed after hitting ‘follow’ again on some of my favs, I’m getting blog posts sent to two of my email addresses in duplicate, lol! 🙂

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