What’s the Book About?

One of the toughest questions for any author to answer is , “What’ your book about?” Whenever that question gets asked we struggle to sum up our writing in a few words. Don’t ask me why. We’re used to writing synposes for our books so you’d think we’d be able to rattle off a brief summary as soon as that question is asked.

So, what’s “Flying with a Broken Wing” about? I’ll let the Nimbus fall catalogue tell you. (I’m on page 20 BTW.) Sorry, the qualityof the photo isn’t so good, but it’s better than a finger in the eye as they say.

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So there you have it. A quick peek into my book and what it’s about. Guess it’s  happening after all! Yippee!

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22 Comments

  1. It sounds wonderful, Laura! I also have Bitter, Sweet on my to-read pile and can’t wait to sink into that delicious story~

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  2. Here’s a link to the pdf on Nimbus’ website. PDF’s are large files, and will take a long time to download for anyone that’s not on a good connection. Just thought I’d help out, in case that image is too small for anyone to read easily.

    http://www.nimbus.ca/Assets/ClientDocs/pdfs/Nimbus_Fall_2013_Catalogue_Web.pdf#page=19

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    • Thanks, Bruce! It took an ungodly amount ot time to download last night. I keep forgetting that others don’t have to wait that long. :)

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  3. Looks very impressive Laura. I so love the cover! Thanks Spikor for the link. I will be first in line when it comes out.

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  4. Angela Wilson

     /  May 26, 2013

    Can’t wait to read this! You sure this book isn’t about me?

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    • Angie, this book can be about whomever you’d like. If you want it to be about you, it can be. Just use a little imagination. ;)

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  5. Judi

     /  May 26, 2013

    Hey, Laura; I think I’m looking forward to getting this book to read. You are amazing you know…..I don’t know how you can switch from one thing to another……What I mean to say is once I have something in my head and try to switch to something else, there is still stuff going around in my head about the first thing….See that’s why I’m not a writer, I don’t explain things very well….I’ll explain when I see you….LOL

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    • Judi, it’s okay if you don’t feel as though you explain things well. What I really appreciate about you is your friendship and the wonderful support you give to me. I hope you realize how much it’s appreciated. :)

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  6. Libby Noseworthy-Boss

     /  May 26, 2013

    I’m looking forward to reading this, Laura, and I agree with Darlene,… the cover is lovely.

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    • Thanks Libby! It was nice seeing you the other day. Just think if it hadn’t been for Margaret Atwood we never would have met. :)

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  7. Libby Noseworthy-Boss

     /  May 26, 2013

    Laura, if it hadn’t been for the ‘Maggie’ evening, I wouldn’t have been enlightened about ‘Bitter, Sweet’, and now the upcoming ‘Flying with a Broken Wing’. Finding your blog got me interested in blogs as well. Always something new to learn. I love it!!

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  8. The cover is stunning and the description fascinating. This is definitely on my TBR list! :)

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  9. Sounds interesting, can’t wait to read it.

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  10. Sounds like a great story, Laura.

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  11. It sounds like a great story, and, remembering how much I enjoyed BITTER, SWEET, I know it will be. I’m in awe of whoever designs your covers, too. :)

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