Writing Killer Blurbs and Hooks (Indie Author Mindset Guides Book 1)

Writing Killer Blurbs and Hooks (Indie Author Mindset Guides Book 1)

ISBN: 191259935X

Do you want to boost your book sales quickly, and at no cost?

Discover how crafting a compelling blurb and hook can take your book sales to the next level.

Are you struggling to compel readers to buy your books? Do you wish there was an easy way to increase sales and find more readers? Adam Croft’s method of crafting killer blurbs and hooks has catapulted him from obscurity to a six-figure bestselling author.

Perhaps best known for his killer hook ‘Could you murder your wife to save your daughter?’, Adam has repeated his success many times over. Now, for the first time, he’s sharing his secrets for crafting killer blurbs and hooks.

Adam’s method differs from any which have been put forward in the past, and instead stems from the psychology of persuasion, enabling authors to convert readers without a hard sell.

In this Indie Author Mindset guide, you’ll discover:

  • What 99% of authors get wrong when writing blurbs
  • What makes a great blurb
  • How to tweak your blurb for maximum advertising impact
  • How to craft a killer hook
  • The deep psychological secrets of the human brain which you can use to convert more readers
  • And much, much more!

This easily accessible guide can be used by self-published and indie authors of all ability and experience levels. With this new knowledge at your fingertips, you’ll be in the best possible position to boost your book sales and find new readers.

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