Of course you have a website. You’re on Facebook, you tweet, you blog. You’re familiar with MySpace, YouTube, Tumblr, Linked In, and other social network sites. Do you have a plan to make your efforts work together toward your goal?
You've sold a book. Congratulations! Your work is done. Right?
Wrong. Your work is just beginning.
Those who have been around in the publishing business long enough remember the old marketing methods. ARCs (Advanced Reading Copies) were mailed to bookstore owners and reviewers. Postcards were sent to a reading list,
by Jane Choate
Editor’s note: This article explains how to write a longer synopsis for a novel that would accompany the query letter. This synopsis would be up to two pages long, typed single-spaced.
If I ever started a business of writing bumper stickers, my first slogan would be “I Hate Synopses.”