Writing a Better Book Description

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Writing a Better Book Description

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Capture more readers and sell more books.

A very quick, short read that can have fast, long-term results!

Writing a Better Book Description gives you a practical strategy for crafting your book description, to use on product pages, on back covers, or in marketing materials. 

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CAPTURE MORE READERS AND SELL MORE BOOKS

A VERY QUICK, SHORT READ THAT CAN HAVE FAST, LONG-TERM RESULTS!

A good book description should tell the reader what to expect:

What kind of experience will I get from this novel?

Will this non-fiction book solve my problem?

How will this book make me feel or how will it change my life, my relationships, or my career?

Your book description is one of the first marketing tools your readers will encounter, and in a crowded marketplace  it could be the deciding factor between buying your book or moving on to the next. 

Crafting the perfect description can be a challenge. That’s why Writing a Better Book Description will arm you with the tools and best practices you need to get it right.

YOU'LL LEARN:

- How to craft a novel description that takes your reader on a journey, without any spoilers

- How to leverage social proof to assure readers that this book is for them

- How to win over readers of your non-fiction by telling them how you’ll solve their problem

- How to construct a call to action to improve your odds of making a sale 

If you have an interest in e-book publishing and maximizing success, Kevin Tumlinson can help.” —John Cammidge, Bay Area Independent Publishers

“[Kevin] is generous with his knowledge of writing and marketing.” —Michelle Fox, Organizer for Wolf Pack Writers Virtual Conference

“Funny, engaging, and very informative!” —Stacy Purcell, President of NW Houston RWA

PICK UP YOUR COPY OF WRITING A BETTER BOOK DESCRIPTION NOW, AND START CAPTURING MORE READERS!

Kevin Tumlinson has been named the Voice of Indie Publishing for his work as the host of the popular Wordslinger Podcast. The show reaches more than 35,000 listeners every week with interviews, advice, and best practices aimed to help independent authors build and grow their careers. Kevin is a bestselling and award-winning thriller author himself, as well as the Director of Marketing for Draft2Digital.