The Birth Of a Book Trailer I knew I needed a book trailer to help promote my debut YA novel Winnemucca. First of all, I love movies. Heck, I live in Los Angeles. And, I worked in the entertainment industry. I knew the power of the trailer. Plus, how much fun would making my own […]
The trailer for 13 on Halloween was the second trailer I produced. I learned a lot when I produced my first book trailer for Winnemucca, a small-town fairy tale. Winnemucca’s trailer was a bit long. The standard seems to be right around a minute and a half at the most. It’s crazy how long two […]
I thought I’d share one of the inspirations behind Winnemucca, a small-town fairy tale, where fear’s as blind as love. There isn’t a better day to do it than today, what would have been Johnny Cash’s 81st birthday. It’s hard to believe he was only eight years younger than my Dad. Everyone always asks me […]
I’m so happy you’re part of the tour today. The fabulous blog The College Crawl is hosting Shadow Slayer, click here to check out her review! Also, it’s book trailer reveal day for Shadow Slayer on Laurasmagicday. I hope you enjoy it. Giveaways & yesterday’s winner are listed at the end of the post. Good luck! Thanks for sharing […]
YAYYYY! Thanks for being part of the tour today. Today is the Shadow Slayer trailer reveal! But you won’t catch it here, you have to click here to go check out the fabulous Breathe in Books blog, today’s stop on the tour! Thanks so much to Breathe in Books & My Seryniti for the fabulous reviews 🙂 “Book […]
I hope you enjoy the TRANSFER STUDENT book trailer! I’m learning a little bit with every trailer I make. Producing book trailers is part of my writing process and I really enjoy creating them because I get to see my stories in new ways.
I’m so excited that Winnemucca’s trailer won Books In Sync August 2011 Book Trailer Recognition Contest. Squeee! I loved making the trailer and am thrilled it’s been recognized in this way. Thank you! You can read their announcement here.