I thought it was an intriguing way of conceptualizing the story. More than the title. Not quite a summary.
Although tagline development has traditionally been the job of publishers and ad departments, it doesn't hurt to try coming up with a good one on your own. If nothing else, it might verify the marketability of your work in progress. It might also serve you well in a pitch session. Moreover, in this age of short-staffed publishers, the tag you come up with might well appear on your book.
And so we arrive at this week's question.Do you have any advice on how to come up with tags for your book? How do you identify the most important ideas to represent and condense them down to a phrase?
We'll consider that tomorrow.