August 09, 2012

Time to Bury the Past


Time to Bury the Past

Anne Ashby

The Wild Rose Press


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Past wounds run deep for them both, but their sons are best friends. Will Kelsey let another control freak into her life?

16 comments:

  1. I like this line. It gives me a great sense of the story.

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    1. Hi Marybelle,
      Thanks, its always a struggle to come up with a catchy tag line, I appreciate your feedback. Thanks for leaving a comment

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  2. This is a great line. I want to know what happens.

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    1. I could give you some hints but that would take all the fun away. Suffice to say there's a few different things causing angst and anxiety before Kelsey accepts they could never have a future together. Of course that only takes us up to the Black Moment lol

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  3. Great log line, Anne. The first part tells us about the past and the present. The second part offers an intriguing question about the future.

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    1. Hey Paula, thanks for stopping by. I'd like to pretend I crafted the line with past, present and future in mind, but honesty is always best. I'd never thought of that lol

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  4. That's a great one liner - a hook with meat.

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    1. Hi Maddy, I love your response "with meat", sounds real "get down and get em" - thanks for posting

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  5. Very interesting! For how long, I wonder, have the sons been friends?

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    1. Its a recent but strong friendship, both boys have issues they're helping each other with. Problem is the hero finds out alcohol is the kiwi boy's problem and forbids his son from associating with his friend. But kids can be devious

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  6. Raises lots of questions--about the parents, the kids, always difficult blending families. So, you've made me wonder how can the h & h have their HEA with all they have stacked against them. Good job.

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  7. Thanks for stopping by Diane. It might take a while, and the rocky gets pretty rocky at times but I promise they do get there in the end lol

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  8. I think tag lines and blurbs are the hardest to write! Nice job. :-)

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  9. Hi Leah, yes I definitely agree. The whole story is a piece of cake in comparison. I've started trying to compose tag lines while I'm driving, I've come up with some doozies. While they're not all usable I figure I'm getting practice. Thanks for stopping by

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