March Video Trailer View-fest

YouTube_FINALWe’ve seen some really good video trailers here lately. Don’t have one? This video trailer resource page should help. Check it out, then come back here and post a link to ONE of your video trailers below so we can show it some love!

And don’t forget, you can vote for the February Video Trailer of the Month. Meanwhile, if you’d like your trailer featured on IU, check out our submission requirements, and now let’s show our own videos some love with a YouTube LikeFest!

This is how it works: If you are an author, in the comments below, paste in the link for your YouTube book trailer video. (ONE trailer per person, please!) Make sure you show some love to the links in the comments above yours, and check back throughout the day to catch up.

This should be fun and should generate a lot of likes, follows, etc. for everyone who plays. I’ll kick things off with ours: (Okay, so that’s not a book trailer, but it’s pretty cool anyway!) Now let’s get the party started!

Don’t sweat it if your trailer embeds. We’ll fix it.

PLEASE be sure to reciprocate by liking those who like you. This is give and take. If everyone plays by the golden rule, we all benefit.

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29 thoughts on “March Video Trailer View-fest”

    1. Kaelin, I was in Salem in the fall of 2013, a good place to conjure up some stories, as you’ve done. Looks deliciously dark. Good luck with your book.

      1. Thank you, Diana. I visited Salem as well back in the 90’s. It’s such an interesting place, and the things that happened there were horrific. Its history is a story that can stand quite well on its own, but I DO love to conjure!

    1. Your Beautiful Bonsai book trailer was a treat to watch. Kumquats, eh? I didn’t know you could get an edible fruit from a bonsai you groomed yourself. My husband created a bonsai decades ago. I know how much work it takes, but the results are so rewarding on so many levels. Fun.

    2. Thank you for such an informative video, Richard. I have always been intrigued by Bonsai trees. I will have to get your book to learn more. Best of luck to you!

    1. Stephanie, I’ve seen your book cover on twitter, but I didn’t realize what a heart-warming story you’ve written. I suspect it’s close to home. Your “unconventional love story” is inspiring and one that would give many in tough circumstances courage to go on.

      1. Thank you, Diana! It’s very close to home – the names are all changed, but the story is 100% true and 100% mine. My biggest hope for the book is that it will, indeed, offer hope/help to folks who are facing their own difficult challenges.

    2. I can’t imagine the joy and (possibly) the angst involved in taking your experiences and putting them into this book.

      In a previous incarnation, I worked with special needs children and adults, and I found that the parents found hope in sharing their stories with each other. Your book will certainly help others who are living in similar circumstances.

      1. Thank you very much, Malcolm. I found peace in my writing. I never set out to publish; I was just writing therapeutically. Others (therapists and nurses who worked with my girls) convinced me that sharing my tale would help other families. A mom recently contacted me after reading and said, “Before I read this I thought there was nobody out there who could possibly understood how I’m feeling.” Comments like that make the fear of public judgment worth it.

    1. Fascinating subject for a book. These are the kinds of stories we need to see a lot more of because, unfortunately, the mind set behind them is still alive and well. Best of luck with the book.

      1. I agree with Malcolm. Stories like yours need to be told. I wasn’t aware of the genocide of aboriginal people in Tasmania, and others “down under” by the British. Awareness of such tragedies can hopefully mobilize governments to block any force trying to bury another culture.

    1. Malcolm, Conjure Woman’s Cat, wasn’t what I expected at all. Your cover is delightful and I love the music in your trailer but I was surprised as I continued to watch your trailer, that race issues in Florida came up. Your story sounds very intriguing, one that appeals to me. Good luck with your book.

      1. Thank you. Hmm, now I’m wondering what you expected. The cover art was a nice surprise to me because I had an idea for it and the artist must have read my mind (which is dangerous).

  1. Visited all the trailers – each one was terrific. Congratulations to the authors for creating great trailers. They are all compelling.

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