Go to Lisa Ricard Claro's blog. There's a photo, provided by Lynn Obermoeller (this week), and if you get sucked in, you'll end up writing a book "blurb" in 150 words or less.
Then, add your link to Mr. Linky (he's one cool cat!), read the other blurbs, stir, and enjoy!
|photo by Lynn Obermoeller|
Here's my blurb:
A Mother’s Tale
Everyone knows Stephen King’s “Christine,” the car that came to life. But where was Christine born? What vehicle turned her into the automotive monstrosity she became?
A Mother’s Tale chronicles the life of Christine’s mother. Every pot-hole. Every ditch she veered off into. Every time she had some dolt fumble with her dipstick. It’s all here…
Although she’s now a bit rusty, when this mama was all gleaming chrome and lacquered-up, she was known as a witch on wheels.
Curious minds will find out what her factory-given name was, how her accidents changed her forever, and who abandoned her in the middle of a desert, with no water or oil.
This book will not run out of gas. It runs—full speed ahead—until the end and then it comes to a screeching stop. (137 words)