Sunday, March 14, 2010

BEST Tag Line Contest Kicks Off

**This Contest has been Canceled! Thanks to all who entered. Stay tuned for more contests at the Book Boost Blog...coming soon!**


All you authors out there...
let's hear your fabulous Tag Lines!

What is a tag line? Well, some folks refer to it as the "hook for your book". What catchy one sentence description of your book makes a reader want to read more?

Here are some samples of tag lines for my books:

From Miss Taken:
Some mistakes are worth making.

From Surviving Truth:
Sometimes living a lie is the only way to survive the truth.

From Vegan Moon:
When a vegetarian werewolf falls for a celebrity chef, will his appetite for her cause him to stray from his vegan ways?


Starting today, entries are accepted via comment to this blog post for your best Tag Line. Only one entry per author is allowed and your entry must include your e-mail address for your entry to be valid. Entries accepted from 03/14/10 through 03/19/10 (midnight CDT).

Voting will commence on 03/20/10 and run through 03/26/10. The tag line with the most votes will win a Free Month of promotion for the author at the Book Boost.com!

REMINDERS:

Last chance to vote in the Best First Line Contest! Click here for voting links!

Check back Monday for Part 2 in my Journey to the Call and find out what new prizes I'm adding to the huge prize pack bundle. If you missed Part 1, click here to get caught up.

Don't forget to check back next Friday to see if you're a Winner from last week's giveaways here at the blog!


6 comments:

Sidney Ayers said...

Here's one for the book I just sold, Unleashing Your Inner Sex Demon:

Killer new haircut? $50.00
Creepy antique chest? $100.00
Unleashing Hell on Earth? Priceless!

Mellanie Szereto said...
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Marianne Stephens said...

From "Street of Dreams" by Marianne Stephens:

For time-traveling detectives Nick and Eileen:
The easy part? Chasing a killer.
The hard part? Resisting hidden passion while posing as newlyweds sharing a heart-shaped bed.

marianne@mariannestephens.net

Nina Pierce said...

From my novella "Arranging Love"

He never believed love was unconditional. She never expected the ties that bind would be at the end of a flogger.

nina@ninapierce.com

Jennifer Linforth said...

In the midst of a brutal manhunt can he be loved for himself, or is he condemned to be The Phantom of the Opera? Murderer, Maestro, Magician, Mastermind....

Madrigal, by Jennifer Linforth

author@jenniferlinforth.com

Jillian said...

This is from my novel "Flashbangs and Nightsticks".

For Kasey Shea the assignment boils down to whether she can play her girly role long enough to impress her Lieutenant and to prove to herself that sometimes it takes more than a flashbang and a nightstick to get the job done.

jillianhallowell@gmail.com