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It is all very well to be able to write books, but can you wiggle your ears?

Three little words…

A friend of mine has just finished reading my third novel, Helter Skelter. Today we were having a coffee (well, he was drinking weird tea and I had a fairly lacklustre mocha) and he described a scene in my story as “Waco, with pigs.”

Waco, no pigs.

Firstly, I think he should get a job writing sleeve notes immediately.

Secondly, forget elevator pitches: how would you describe your novel or story in three words? And what three word pitch would you simply have to read?

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This entry was posted on February 7, 2013 by in Books, My Books, Writing and tagged , , , , , .
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