Thursday, October 17, 2013

Please Welcome Friend and Fellow Erotic Romance Author Storm Chase!

Storm Chase: Writing The Cover Blurb

I’ve written 2 full-length novels and 5 novellas in the last year. My latest, Murder in Moscow, a contemporary romance of 67,000 words took me two months, writing over weekends, nights and stealing days from the middle of the week. Novellas are faster. I wrote The Gift: An Erotic Romance in Kiev,, some 37,000 words, over 6 consecutive weekends.

When inspiration strikes, I become totally obsessed with the story. It just won’t let me sit still until it’s on paper. I often write at night, sometimes I get up at 5AM to sneak a few hours in before the workday.

The bit that gets me though, is writing the back cover blurb. I can agonise for DAYS over writing just these few sentences!

Now I’ve come up with a formula that works for me – and hopefully, it will work for you.

Sentence 1: How the story starts.
Sentence 2: The plot premise.
Sentence 3: The hook.
Sentence 4: Summarises book keywords.

Let me show you the blurb for The Gift: An Erotic Romance in Kiev,

When Tony rescues three of Kiev's most notorious Mafiosi, he is showered with gifts, including Max, a Goth beauty with purple hair. At first determined to send her home, Tony quickly discovers they share a passion for clubbing and Scotch as well as a mutual horror of relationships. Is this a match made in heaven, or destined for disaster? A lighthearted romance with fully depicted love scenes.

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How to find Storm Chase

All the Storm Chase books are listed here:

Titles are also available on Kobo, iTunes, Amazon and so on, but as you may have seen, there is a huge censorship programme going on at the moment. Please continue to support us indie authors by shopping from Smashwords! Paypal and credit cards accepted, and all formats from Kindle to ePub.

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Storm Chase said...

Thanks so much for the opportunity to guest blog. Checking out your books now. Hugs, Storm

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