I'm finding hard to write good short synopses of my work. I mean very short ones, three lines the most, the sort you are able to read on an book website. Or on a movie on Netflix. Really short ones that tell you what the story is about without giving away too much. I'm able to do this for any book I read or any movie or TV show I watch, but I have trouble with my own work. I'm not objective and distanced enough. I've tried to do it by telling the beginning of the book, but it's not enough to give the reader a clear idea of what the story is about. But if I do hint at what the beginning will lead to, I'm afraid of ruining the suspense of events that keep the reader interested in the beginning, or giving away spoilers. Any advice on what I should focus? Any tips on how to write from a distanced perspective (if that's possible)? Anyone else has this problem? Or had this problem and overcame it?