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    Very useful, thanks.

    Foundational. An approach I’m surprised I haven’t seen elsewhere.
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    A must-read for everyone struggling w/ their pitch

    Five stars from me, because it's short and on the point. And , most important, after rewriting my pitch working with these five steps it became so, so much better than before! I don't know if everybody Gotta Read my book now, but this is one really helpful book on writing.
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    Gotta Read It

    This is a short and to the point book with information on how to write your book description/ blurb or pitch. I like the idea of using those 5 simple steps as a framework for your pitch and I can definitely see how it's a good place to start when writing your book description. I also liked the few tips on adjusting this model to books with two or more main characters. The few examples of the author's own blurb that used this 5 step system also helped illustrate on how to put this system in action. I did feel like it was a bit on the short side. I don't know it almost seemed too simple or easy for what many authors see as a difficult task. At times it felt like it was lacking something, but I can't quite put my finger on what it is. And I think the author really aimed to make this a short and to the point book and she definitely succeeded there. I've seen similar tips for writing blurbs around a few times, but I still think this is worth the read and a good starting point for writing your own blurb.
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