Testing the Blurb for ‘War of Nytefall: Eulogy’

Cover Art by Alison Hunt

Pretty much what the title says.  I wrote up the blurb for ‘War of Nytefall: Eulogy’ yesterday and played around with it.  Think the more I do these, the more I hate doing them.  It’s rough trying to entice a reader without spoiling anything, especially for a final volume.  Anyway, let me know what you think:

*****

On the cusp of peace, Clyde will face his darkest challenge.

With the Dawn Fangs’ existed exposed, the time for negotiations has begun. Mortal rulers and the council of Nytefall will gather to discuss terms, but chaos is already stirring. It does not take long for Clyde’s dream to become a nightmare as villages are slaughtered by a Dawn Fang who looks and acts like the newly crowned Vampire King. Bodies of friends and enemies pile up as this mysterious imposter shows the mortals why they should fear Clyde. Will Clyde’s final adventure see his dream of peace be destroyed?

The truth will be more horrifying than the Dawn Fangs ever imagined.

About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.
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21 Responses to Testing the Blurb for ‘War of Nytefall: Eulogy’

  1. Looks good, Charles, but change ‘existed’ to ‘existence’ in your second paragraph opening line. 😃

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  2. L. Marie says:

    I was just about to make the suggestion you already received. Anyway, yes the blurb is good!

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  3. C.E.Robinson says:

    Charles, the blurb is great. A question, though. I was told that modern day blurbs are written in the present tense. More immediacy for the reader. And an economical word count. Even though the story is in the past tense. So, my blurb is in the present tense, and story in the past. 📚🎶 Christine

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  4. Chris caught mine. Looks great.

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  5. Cheka beat me to it, but I’m late to the party once again.

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