Best place description or setting these books may or may not have a fantastic plot or be great literature, but the settings and place descriptions are so vivid they come alive and fully immerse the reader. I recently finished the last book of the addicted series by krista ritchie, becca ritchie and now i picked up beautiful, which is the last book of the bastard series i definitely recommend you read all books in this series. American gods (2001) is a novel by english author neil gaiman the novel is a blend of americana , fantasy , and various strands of ancient and modern mythology , all centering on the mysterious and taciturn shadow.
The most important piece of copywriting for authors is the first line of your book description 80% of customers stop reading after the first line so you need a first line that is clear and that entices them to keep reading. The book also provides checklists, worksheets, resources, sample language and step-by-step instructions that you can use to create job descriptions that will work in the real world plus: you'll also get a powerpoint presentation you can use to train managers on how to write job descriptions. Job descriptions are essential for recruitment, job evaluation, performance appraisal, training and development and in grievance and disciplinary cases this handbook is an uptodate resource to help managers to construct individualised job descriptions, giving advice on how to construct job descriptions and how to analyse jobs. Children’s book descriptions are by necessity directed at adults, so many of the dominant terms involve the books themselves: read, readers, kindle, author, series, kids, ages, learn, and illustrations are all high on the list.
By sue coletta let’s be honest writing a book description isn’t fun it’s grueling, mind-numbing work that i detest with every inch of my being mastering the art of back cover copy-writing is an important skill. These are just different types of story/novel descriptions if you would like to take my idea, just pm me if i get a lot of votes or comments on one specific description then i will try to write a full book about it. Selling books is a result of two factors: traffic and conversion while the amazon book description won't affect traffic (ie, discoverability), it's one of the most important conversion factors (along with the cover, the reviews, and the look-inside. The rosicrucian fellowship publishes and sells books on esoteric christianity and philosophy, spiritual astrology and bible interpretation max heindel, an initiate of the rosicrucian order, founded the rosicrucian fellowship and wrote his many books based on firsthand knowledge of occult facts. The second part of the physical description of a book (ill in our example) is known as the “illustration statement” this is where the cataloger indicates whether the book contains illustrations, and sometimes provides additional information about those illustrations.
A number of publishers, most of them university presses, are taking target corporation to task for redacting certain key words in the product descriptions of their books. Ioba members should guard against using language in their book descriptions which might conceal material defects, overstate a book’s condition, or mislead buyers in any other respect. Book_descriptionspdf - docsgooglecom.
How to write a stunning book description by richard nolan when you are facing the task of writing your book description, the most logical thing to do seems just to read the book at then sum it up – prepare its gist and describe your impressions, give your ideas and opinions on various aspects, and then pass your judgment. C kindlepreneur’s guest post on back book cover blurbs, written by kelly exeteri especially loved the fiction book description formula she describes, and i went to work applying it 2 gather data on the book and what the fans think. Whether on amazon or any other e-tailer, book descriptions are more important than most authors realize many times i'll see blocks of text pulled from the back of the book and while, in theory.
It's a mammoth task to write a whole book, but it's also a challenge to turn it into a sales description that makes readers want to buy now and start reading immediately. Even if you are a famous author published by a top publishing house and celebrated in rarefied literary circles, you will never write anything better than the description of a self-published. Most book descriptions have less to do with the story of the book, and more to do with the story of the reader tell the reader about the journey they're going to take, rather than trying to create a shorthand or synopsis of your book. Definition of book in english: ‘some readers of the bible consider the book of hebrews to be a description of a faith journey’ ‘a book of first class stamps and a letter of apology was the scant compensation offered to a woman who claimed her mail had been stolen’.
Select books from the search drop-down menu to limit your search to books, or use the advanced search page for higher-precision searching many entries for books include a look inside option that allows you to condut a keyword search of the full-text of a book, which can help you determine if it is the correct one. One of the most crucial elements to selling a book is also probably the most difficult element to create for authors the book description is your lead in, your chance to hook a reader and get them to crack the cover and satisfy their curiosity even in an online environment, the book description. The book description is the pitch to the reader about why they should buy your book it is sales copy to get them to see that the book is for them (or not), and then make the purchase there are so many examples of book descriptions leading to huge changes in sales.