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Posts Tagged 'author blurbs'

  1. The Jump 225 Jumbo Mega-Bonanza Summer Giveaway  • 
    Every week for the next four weeks, I'm going to hold a contest here on my blog. And the winner of each contest will receive copies of "Infoquake," "MultiReal," "The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction, Volume Two," and Mervyn Peake's "Titus Alone." Read the full article for details.
  2. Do the Blurbs Sell the Book?  • 
    Do author blurbs, advance praise, and review snippets on a book's cover or first page actually sell more books? And if so, how and why?
  3. Robert J. Sawyer Praises “MultiReal”  • 
    I knew that attending the 2007 World Fantasy Convention would be a good idea for my career, I just didn’t know why. You always hear a lot of jabber about how networking is so important, it’s always good to have friends, blah blah blah — but you rarely get any concrete examples. Well, here’s a […]
  4. Peter Watts Praises “MultiReal”  • 
    I had been planning to unveil this news at a later time closer to the book’s July release date. But I just browsed to the Amazon page for MultiReal and saw that the news is already out. So no use waiting. Peter Watts, Hugo Award-nominated author of Blindsight and the Rifters Trilogy (Starfish, Maelstrom, and […]