Melissa MacVicar –Author

Blurb Gratitude

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I wrote a whole book but I am seemingly incapable of writing 200 words that will make people want to read it. I tried and tried but it was like banging my head against the wall. Or against the keyboard. Trying to sum up and make Ever Near sound fantastic was Ever impossible.

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Then, one of the editors at Red Adept wrote the blurb for me. She made my book sound phenomenal with a few simple taps on the keyboard. I already loved this particular editor because she’s one of the people who recommended that Red Adept publish Ever Near. In fact, she’s like one of my favorite people in the whole world even though I’ve never met her. And now, I’m an even bigger fan of hers because she saved me from the head banging illustrated above.

This wise woman assured me that most authors have trouble writing their own blurbs. This did make me feel slightly better. And all’s well that ends well, right?  I’ll be posting my blurb soon. And if you like mysteries, check out my editors books with this link.

First to Find

Author: Melissa MacVicar

Melissa was born and mostly raised on Nantucket Island, and she currently lives there with her husband and two teenage children. When not being a wife and mother and teaching writing to seventh graders, she enjoys binge watching shows like Big Little Lies, House of Cards, and Outlander. Despite the rumors to the contrary, she does not actually wish she was a teenager again, nor does she see ghosts like the main character in her first novel, Ever Near. She does, however, love to hear from readers so send her a message on social media or at her email: melissa.macvicar@gmail.com Twitter: @MelissaMacVicar Facebook: Melissa MacVicar Instagram: melissa.macvicar

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