Okay, so I need some urgent help here. Have just finished the absolutely final edit of the proof copy Createspace sent me. I don't like my back cover and have redone it. To be able to order my new proof copy, I have to have it finished. But i am stuck, so completely and utterly stuck. I want to make the back cover cause people to buy the book. After all, i want to sell heaps of copies. (Don't we all!) I'm much happier with this blurby thingamebob than I was with my original one. I want it to end with a question but this is where I am getting stuck. What question? What question would make a reader go, "Cool...." Or maybe, I shouldn't have a question. Oh help, I'm drowning in stuckness! Okay, so here's what I've got.
CHRIS is ready for marriage and parenthood. BILLY, his son, wants to be loved and accepted. Born with a cleft lip to a mother who abandoned him when he was six months old, it seems that the odds were against Billy from the start. Chris develops a relationship with Billy's caregiver, Stella, who turns out to be mentally unstable. Chris begins to fear that their lives might be in danger. With nobody in authority to turn to, Chris is forced to make a difficult decision. The Case of Billy B makes one ask the question, "Do we create our own reality?"
Okay, should it be Do we create our own destiny? Or should I stick with reality? Or should I pose a different question, or not have a question? Or, should I ask Are we the architects of our future or should that be destiny? OMIGOD I NEED HELP! Soon!
Okay, I like the determine so much, have moved away from control.
CHRIS is ready for marriage and parenthood. BILLY wants to be loved and accepted.
Born with a cleft palate, Billy is abandoned by his mother at six months old. His father Chris takes on the difficult task of being a single father to a special child. A relationship develops between Chris and Stella, the caregiver, who turns out to be mentally unstable.
As the fear intensifies that their lives may be in real danger, Chris realizes he has no one in authority to turn to. He finds himself forced to make a difficult decision.
The Case of Billy B grips the reader and asks, "Do we create our own reality? Do we determine our destiny?"