In response to a request for a synopsis

So I do get asked, why are there no blurbs for your books? How do I know if its good or not?

First of all, you shouldn't be asking anyone else how you feel. Read it, its ok, gauge yourself.

I was asked for a Synopsis for Heaven is Full of Arseholes, a short story of 9,459 words. I can't make a short story any shorter. It's pretty difficult to write in such a defined space, to write a smaller 2 line piece would just be an insult to the story and your creative intelligence and wanting imagination.

Below is a link to a previous post i did on this issue.

This is the closest I come to blurbs:

A RISING FALL BACK COVER:

"wrong side turn over. don't live your life in summary"


UTOPIAN CIRCUS BACK COVER:

"tis better a story remain untold than be castrated in brief for the sake of being sold"


HEAVEN IS FULL OF ARSEHOLES BACK COVER:

"what does this have to do with god?"



Have a wonderful Carna(L)val people.
For those not entrenched in the Brazillian festvities, happy normal week.

Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee

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