Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Tuesday Tagline #1
"No one gets something for nothing. We all should know better."
Taglines are a favorite of mine, and a good one can sell me on a book or at least make me very curious. And sometimes they make me laugh out loud or get me thinking "THAT sounds cool." So here's a semi- regular feature celebrating the taglines that I come across.
This particular one, for me, matches the slightly chilling tone of this cover and the story as well.
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My husband is keen on the tagline of the new Stephen King book: "There's a reason why cell rhymes with hell."ReplyDelete
Here's my Top Ten!
Ha, that's a good one!!Delete
Taglines are awesome. A really great one can totally hook me - which I suppose is its job right? Anyways this is a great one!ReplyDelete
I know. same here- and sometimes they crack me up! :)Delete
I do like some of the taglines out there. I swear, they are running out of good ones, though. This one is perfect, though!!! I almost don't notice it on the bottom of the cover :(ReplyDelete
Yeah every once in a while you come on a good one. I've had taglines sell me on a book.Delete
What a great idea! Taglines can be pretty awesome. I like this one quite a bit, actually.ReplyDelete
Thanks, I do too. It definitely sets a tone for the book...Delete
This is a great topic idea! Can't wait to see other taglines that catch your eye. Sometimes I finish reading a book and look back at the tagline and think, "Really? Who comes up with these things?" when it doesn't match the book at all. LOL.ReplyDelete
That's true. They don't always match. A good one... will definitely sell me on a book though. :)Delete
Ooo that's a fantastic tagline. I love taglines too and what a fun idea to share ones that you like. I can't wait to see more of them. :DReplyDelete
Yay! It was going to be a semi regular feature but I may do it every week. I've already found a ton...Delete
We should all know better! Ha ha. XDReplyDelete
That;s right! Ha ha!!Delete
I do like a good tagline but I'm not srue how much attention I've really paid to them. What a great idea of a feature!ReplyDelete
Thanks! I've been wanting to do one for a while, and it seemed like time.Delete
Oh, this sounds good! I also want to try her Testing series. Thanks for visiting my blog earlier!ReplyDelete
I need to read the Testing books!!Delete
I don't think I really pay attention to tag lines. I sometimes find them a little cheesy, truth be told. But I do think a good one can be intriguing. Happy Tuesday!ReplyDelete
I know, they can be hit or miss. I see some I really like, and then others I'm like oh please. lolDelete
I love this! I sometimes like to come up with my own tag lines for books post-reading. Trying to sum up the book in a quippy sentence - it's kind of a fun exercise.ReplyDelete
That sounds fun! I've never tried that but I can see where it would be hilarious. Thanks for stopping by. :)Delete
Huh, I don't usually pay attention to taglines (except on your pulp covers, of course lol). I couldn't even tell you if the books I've read recently even had taglines. I know my favorite series books have taglines, but that's only because I've re-read them and looked back at them so many times, and I don't remember what they actually say. So apparently taglines are not much of a selling point for me. But I guess they can be interesting, like this one. Maybe I'll start paying more attention to them now!ReplyDelete
What, no taglines? I would have thought you'd be all over those. :) But yeah those pulp ones are sometimes outrageous, aren't they? I have a lot of fun w/ those. Seriously those, some I notice and some I don't, so I get that. There ws an old tagline feature that another blogger did that I participate ina few times, but she hasn't done it in ages and I've been wanting to share some of the ones I find. Seemed like time. :)Delete
I love taglines and they often sell a book to me! I am more drawn to them than I am to the blurb really. Great idea for a feature and I love the first one you've chosen too. It definitely draws me in.ReplyDelete