The question is asked "What's your book about?" and you have to have that perfect one line pitch to quip back confidently?
I'm writing my one-liner. It's been recently deemed "clunky" by an agent and I love her for her honesty. So I logged into Netflix to check out movie one-liners. Here's some of the best of the best:
"Having secretly fled to a base on the moon at the end of World War II,
Nazis put the final touches on their plan to launch an invasion of
"After contracting polio from a venomous werewolf bite, FDR won't stop at
single-handedly end the Great Depression and prohibition. "
"Life in a quiet village rolls slowly from one day to the next with
little excitement -- until a young photographer named Rita arrives"
"Marion and Mingus go from perfect domesticity to waking nightmare when her family comes from France to New York for the weekend."
"Eugene is a superhero. Or at least he plays one at birthday parties.
When Eugene's nemesis gets a job playing a rival, they compete for the
... the moral of this post? There is hope for your one-liners! WRITERS UNITE!