EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLURB
It—it's just the sort of thing we call a 'blurb,' Miss West!
Herman had the wild thought that they were blurb writers whose jobs had gone to their heads.
Front matter consisting of a blurb and a list of other publications by the author has been moved to the end of the text.
Matson read that blurb in an official press release and laughed cynically.
used by U.S. scholar Brander Matthews (1852-1929) in 1906 in "American Character;" popularized 1907 by U.S. humorist Frank Gelett Burgess (1866-1951). Originally mocking excessive praise printed on book jackets.