I always think writing a synopsis or blurb for a book is worse than writing the whole thing! How do you sum up thousands of words in a few paragraphs? But how about making it even harder? 

A while ago I started a couple of threads over on Kindleboards and Amazon forums, asking authors to describe their novel in one sentence. Here are a few more taste-teasers for you...

My Perfect Wedding - Living the dream isn't all it's cracked up to be...

Burn Out - A suspense novel that involves a missing firefighter, a vicious drug lord, and an arsonist on the loose.

The Gift of Joy - When forgiveness, redemption, and love is the only cure to heal the scars from the past...

Second Chances - When bitterness and hatred take over your life, merciful Fate will step in and offer Second Chances...

The Father's Child - John Truman, a bright, introverted college student belongs to the New Dawn, he just doesn't know it yet.

Take No More - A single act turns my life upside down when I come home to find my wife, Julia, shot and bleeding; I will find Julia's killers, no matter what it takes.

Set the Night on Fire - An adrenaline fuled thriller that is set in the present but goes back, in part, to the late Sixties in Chicago.
 
Happy Reading!

Sibel XX