Ever wonder how things like a synopsis are done? Staci Troilo shares an excellent template on Story Empire. Just what I need since I’m prepping a few books for submissions.
Ciao! Staci here again. I’m wrapping up my WIP and about to start another. That — plus the fact that more than one person has asked me about this lately — made me think it might be the perfect time to discuss the synopsis.
Why is this the perfect time? (I mean, other than people asking.) Well, a synopsis is a useful tool in planning a new story, so I could write one for book two. And, now that book one is done, I might want to revise an existing synopsis to give to the publisher (for accurate blurb writing and marketing materials).
What is a Synopsis?
A synopsis is a brief retelling of the narrative arc of your novel, including the ending.
Note: I said including the ending. That’s not a mistake. This document should not be confused with the book blurb on your back cover or with any…
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