I've been waiting on tip-toes for this book to be released - synopses are tricky stuff to write, and it's always nice to get an expert's tips on them. While the UK publishing industry is a little more friendly than the US industry there's a lot less information available online about it. We've got The Writer & Artist's Yearbook, Carole Blake's From Pitch to Publication, and now there's Nicola Morgan with Write A Great Synopsis and her more general industry advice book Write to be Published. The best part about it - WAGS is only £1 in January! You can buy in here from Amazon UK.Nicola's book is a short and snappy read that covers all the bases - the only thing I would have liked is a more formulaic method, which tends to work best for me (Susan Dennard's method worked a charm for me recently). Nicola's recommendations don't rely on a formula or a section break down, but this this allows her methods to work for a much wider range of stories. Her tips work brilliantly for both your run-of-the-mill 3 Act stories and for non-fiction and fiction that doesn't follow a standard structure. She even includes some particularly useful advise for books that jump around, include flashbacks, or have multiple endings.This is a succinct and brilliant book, and I recommend it for any writers (UK, US or otherwise) who're tearing their hair out getting that synopsis written.