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Old 12-20-2012, 05:17 AM   #10
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While I agree that "a blurb is just another form of writing"*, the objectives are quite different from writing the novel. The more I look at the blurb for my first book the more I wonder if I could have done better - maybe even just shorter. And now I look at the additional problems facing the second book and have been wondering where to start.

* Like designing labels for a can of soup is just another form of artwork - which is not intended to denigrate either, but artists suited to one task are often not suited to the other.
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