not put it down from one cover to the other. Love love love this book.
Following the crazy mix ups and the hot and steamy sexual tension makes
this book a real page turner.
As you follow Juli as she
becomes part of a crazy mix of try to be pirates on accident you really
start to feel as you too are part of this nutty group. Each having
something special and each having their own secretes that slowly start
to float to the surface while at sea.
I could do a book
report review and tell you the plot and the characters and the story
line but I'm not going to. All I am going to say is go out and buy this
book!! Get it on your kindle, order it on amazon, go to your local books
a million, barns and noble, etc. Find this book and read it. It is
HILLARIOUS and SEXY and STEAMY.
Congrats Tawna for
having an amazing debut book. (also keep an eye out for her other two.
Believe it or Not comes out in Feb 2012 and Let it Breathe coming out
later in 2012)
Thursday, January 12, 2012
A query letter is a formal letter sent to magazine editors, literary agents and sometimes publishing houses or companies. Writers write query letters to propose writing ideas.
The adoring, loving, precious, priceless, deadly, life changing, hold your breath, cross your fingers, spin around two times while hoping on one foot, first impression, moment of truth heart stopping paper. Or Query letter for short.
For a lot of people that I've spoken to the query letter is probably the scariest part of book writing you can face. Yup you heard me the scariest part. Not the topic or title. Nor the story flow and plot. This one little letter that either makes or breaks you. Cause lets be honest you could have a top seller book that never gets sent off cause you were a bad query writer.
Well for me...I think that last part is true. I am so freaked out about writing the query letter that I can't think what to write! I mean the book I believe is solid. Strong confident and as far as I know the half a hand full of people I let see pieces of it loved it. Loved the plot idea. Loved the story line. And yet I can't seem to make a query letter I would give to anyone because it seems to be missing... something.
Have you ever had to write something and found yourself completely unable to find words to go on the paper? How did you make it past the first speed bump?