February 16, 2012

The Crystal Warrior


THE CRYSTAL WARRIOR
By Maree Anderson

Publisher: Maree Anderson


Available NOW!!!



When a career-focused dancer inadvertently bonds with a cursed alien Crystal Warrior, she’s horrified to learn his life is in her hands.

18 comments:

  1. Omigosh, Lynn, that log line is great--so much better than what I'd come up with! Just ran it past DH and he was majorly impressed. Thank you!

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  2. I agree, it's a great summary of what you had written, Maree.

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  3. That one sure packs a punch! Just what a log line's supposed to do! Congrats! :)

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  4. A great line - one to learn from.

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  5. This meets all the requirements for a log line, then excells.
    Great work!

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  6. Concise, with all the pertinent info. Bravo on the logline!

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  7. Wow, that is a brilliant log line!

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  8. I like reading these nice short summaries. Great cover

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  9. Thanks for the comment on my cover, Debby! My husband designs all my indie-pubbed book covers so he'll be delighted :)

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  10. I've never heard of a long line. Very awesome! Love to cover too!

    ~Krista
    theangrypollo{ AT }yahoo{DOT }com

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  11. Krista, log-lines are often called "elevator pitches" because they're a catchy, attention-grabbing, one-line summary of your book that you could give to an agent or an editor in an elevator-- provided they asked you what your book was about, of course :) And they're excellent things to use for query letters when you're trying to catch the attention of an agent or editor.

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  12. Maree,
    Great log line - love it!
    Suzi

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  13. Great job on the cover, Mr. Maree ;) And wow--I've got to pick this up--the log line has me intrigued!

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  14. I love that she is a dancer. Great cover!

    cayce006 at yahoo dot com

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