There are a number of places to promote your book on line. Today I plan on posting my books on a sight called Log Line Blog http://theloglineblog.blogspot.com/ but before I do I thought I’d run my log lines here for critiques and comments. A log line is an abbreviated elevator pitch. An elevator pitch gets its name from the concept of running into a successful literary agent in an elevator and taking the opportunity to try and sell him/her your book before the elevator door opens and they can escape. An elevator ride—30 seconds. A log line—25 words. Here are log lines for your critique. The first is for Stealing Mercy, the second for A Ghost of a Second Chance.
Serving murder, mayhem and pies, Stealing Mercy is set on the eve of the Great Seattle Fire, when more than a city burns.
With the help of a ghost, Laine unravels the mystery of her grandparents’ marriage and faces the question—can love live after it has died?