A few years ago, Sharon got married and as a present, I dug up the story, printed it up via Lulu.com and gave it to her. She loved it, of course, and I had so much fun revisiting our silly story and also packaging a fake book.
Check out those blurbs:
A few weeks ago, my agent mentioned to me that I may want to think about who I'd like to blurb my book. I have to admit that the very first thought that ran through my head was, "Oooh. It'll be fun to make those up again."
And then I realized, perhaps, that is not what happens when a real book is being packaged. Specifically, when a real book is being packaged by professionals.
Riiiiight. So I have no idea who (if anybody) is actually going to blurb my book. But if I could make them up, this is what they'd say:
"This book made me want to become a stalker-fan of Sarvenaz Tash and visit her theme park multiple times in one year even though I don't really live anywhere near it." - J.K. Rowling
"I could not put this book down! Which is most impressive since my hands have disintegrated for over two centuries now." - Jane Austen
"Some might say this book makes more sense than Tash's previous outing. I say...does it?!" - David Lynch [so awesome that he is a repeat blurber]
What about you? If you could have anybody blurb your book, who would it be and what would it say?