Tag Archives: Lee Child

Blurbs: What they are; what they mean, how to get them.

A “blurb” is one of those endorsements that appear on book jackets, kind of like the one line movie reviews we see in movie ads. “A captivating ride!” is the kind of thing you might see. “Brilliantly written, engaging … … Continue reading

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Plot or Character?

A lot of people think that genre novels are all about plot and not about character. I would dispute that, particularly when it comes to mystery novels. Ian Rankin’s Rebus series is definitely character-driven, far more so than plot; the … Continue reading

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