Reader Friday: What’s Your Tagline?

“Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind, is written large in his works.” — Virginia Woolf

If your writing life had a tagline, what would it be?

 

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About Sue Coletta

Member of MWA, Sisters in Crime, and ITW, Sue Coletta is an award-winning crime writer of psychological thrillers. She also writes true crime: PRETTY EVIL NEW ENGLAND hits bookstores Sept. 1, 2020, published by Globe Pequot, the trade division of Rowman & Littlefield Group. For three years running, Feedspot awarded her Murder Blog as one of the Top 50 Crime Blogs on the Net (Murder Blog sits at #5). Learn more about Sue and her books at https://suecoletta.com

47 thoughts on “Reader Friday: What’s Your Tagline?

  1. Great exercise in thought for a writer to help determine who s/he is.

    I recently asked a group of writers to write an essay (blog post) on “How to Write Like I Do.” I thought doing so might help them investigate and define their own process while giving other writers ideas as well.

    I’d love to see that from the various TKZ writers.

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  2. The tagline for my website debbieburkewriter.com is:

    “Novels of Crime, Mystery, Intrigue…because anyone is capable of anything.”

    Under extreme circumstances, I believe most people can be pushed to great good and/or great evil. I’m always pushing my characters to those extremes.

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  3. John Grisham brought the suspense and intrigue of the legal world to the mainstream—Tom Combs has done the same with the world of medicine.

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  4. Sonas nisi a Deo.

    Unconquered except by God.

    In my writing world, the zombies and skinwalkers and dogmen and the bad guys never win.

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  5. “Adventures in the Past, Present, and Future.”

    All my published books are spread across genres and subgenres: paranormal romance, reincarnation romance, science fiction romance, science fiction adventure, and contemporary and historical romantic suspense. I wanted a tagline for my website that expressed what tied all these books together, and I figured out that it was “adventure.” (Nothing makes me happier than shoving a heroine off a literal or figurative cliff and figuring out how she survives.)

    I named my writing/teaching blog “Adventures in Writing” to continue the theme.

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  6. I stole mine from a wise woman: “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” ― Maya Angelou

    I use it on my inspirational blog, my author website, and social media.

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