By Anne K. Kaler, PhD
“Send me a synopsis,” says your literary agent or editor.
“Synopsis,” you say, “Sure. I’ll get mine in the mail to you.”
“Just as soon as I figure out just what it is,” you add under your breath as panic scrambles the few brain cells you have left.
And you thought writing was easy?
Do you run to the dictionary to check the meaning of the word? Do you Google it? Do you call up a writing partner to advise you? Or do you give up in despair because you know that you are going to have to venture into the major leagues of the craft of writing without a bat, ball, or glove. Continue reading “How to Write a Book Synopsis”