I’m finishing up my final draft on my latest NaNoWriMo Win this week. I’d planned to release it next Summer, but things are going so well I might release it early. Lol. The most tedious process for me from idea-finished manuscript has always been coming up with a synopsis for my back cover. It took me 100+ pages to flesh out my idea how am I supposed to condense it down to a few paragraphs without spoilers? Right?
After about two weeks of ruminating over it, I finally sat down and conquered my synopsis/back cover blurb and here it is:
“After the unexpected loss of her first child and subsequent cancer diagnosis, Tabitha gave up. She had no desire to continue life much to the distress of her husband, Jack. Giving up on modern medicine, Jack turns to an ancient Japanese custom. He enlists the help of a seasoned silversmith to craft a small charm necklace with the hopes that it might bring his wife the happiness and vitality that she lost with their child.
Little does he know that commissioning the charm will set off an intricate chain of events impacting the world at large from the bustling urban city center to a small rural farm town and beyond. Whimsy and Sterling is a story of hope, humanity, and the six degrees of separation that connect us all in the most profound ways. Blink twice, and you might miss the magic.”
Coming Soon 2020
Copyright: R. MacCeile 2019