Tuesday, July 23, 2013


I'm a speedy writer. Balancing a YA and NA life means that I'm always working on something. Yes, I forget to eat and sleep and survive on chocolate and green tea for weeks at a time, but I rarely suffer from writer's block. What I do suffer from is synopsis block (that should be deemed a very serious medical term, imo). It takes me almost the same amount of time to write a synopsis for a book as it does the entire manuscript! I wish I was kidding.

How can such a simple thing be so difficult? I guess it's all about finding the perfect balance: saying enough to intrigue the reader, but not revealing too much. Making the audience want to buy the book, without sounding like a used car saleswoman. All in all, I'd rather busy myself with writing kissing scenes. But a good synopsis is a must as it is the first time the reader meets the characters and gets an impression of the story.

Soo...how did I do? Do you guys like the synopsis of "Silver Heart"? Let me know what you think!

There comes a moment in everyone’s life when they must decide which road leads to personal happiness. For Dylan Silver, this is that moment…

For the past twenty-two-years, Dylan has been living in her parents' carefully crafted world, always putting her own dreams on hold to play the role of a dutiful daughter.

So when her best friend coaxes her into a winter getaway to a mountain cabin, she sees it as a chance to forget about the responsibilities waiting for her at home. At least for a little while.

But then her past catches up to her—in the form of sexy snowboarder, Sawyer Carter.

Six years ago, Dylan bid goodbye to the only boy she ever truly loved. Now he's standing right in front of her, bringing up bittersweet memories and igniting suppressed desires as he dares her to be the person she has always wanted to be.

Dylan and Sawyer’s unexpected meeting is a second chance, but will a girl who doesn't believe in fate and taking risks be able to overcome her fears of losing control and finally embrace the life she desperately wants?

Only one thing is certain: after a week in Whistler, Dylan's world will never be the same.
Who said hot sporty guys don't read?

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