Episode 178: Riddle Me This

Joe gets kicked in the face. I forget to write an entire section of my new book. In this episode, between squeaks of pain and wondering which band released a silent album,  Joe and I get around to answering your questions. Tune in to find out how to write an interesting about page, what goes on the back cover of your book, and how you can write a book even if you’re in a “boring” industry.

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Key Points

  • [1:10] Both Vicky and Joe are struggling with the whole ‘chewing food’ thing.
  • [4:25] Vicky and Joe answer your burning questions!
  • [4:55] How do you properly write an author bio?
  • [11:20] How do you write an interesting back cover blurb?
  • [16:45] Vicky shares how she wrote her back cover blurb.
  • [19:25] Vicky offers tips on how you can write a good back cover blurb.
  • [21:10] Make your back cover blurb easy for the eyes to scan through.
  • [23:00] Why should a mortgage broker even write their own book?


Mentioned in This Episode:

Vicky Fraser

Vicky’s Podcast

Vicky’s Blog

Vicky on Medium

Join the Superheroes

Vicky’s Business For Superheroes Book

The Inner Circle

Borrow My Brain

Vicky’s Book Club

Vicky’s new book!
Write & Publish Your Book in 90 Days

Email Vicky

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