Video Trailer: Fractured Facade, by Elena DeRosa

This is the book video trailer for Elena DeRosa’s Fractured Facade.  A former videotape editor, producer, and freelance newspaper columnist, Fractured Facade is her debut novel.

Fractured Facade is available for Kindle on, and in eBook form through Smashwords and Barnes & Noble.  [subscribe2]

Video Trailer: The Marshall Connors Series, by Allen Schatz

This is the book video trailer for Allen Schatz’ Marshall Connors series. Allen started writing formally in 2008 and released his first novel, Game 7: Dead Ball, in February 2011. He followed that up with two sequels (7th Inning Death and Rally Killer). The stories are mysteries with a baseball canvas.

You can find out more at Allen’s website. You can also find him on Facebook and follow him on Twitter.

Book Trailer: Kristina Jackson’s “The Fool’s Journey”

This is the video trailer for Kristina Jackson’s upcoming novel, The Fool’s Journey.

Can tarot cards really help a young woman whose life is not all it’s cracked up to be?

Moira is frustrated by her life and even more so because she just doesn’t know what to do about it. A spur-of-the-moment decision to attend a psychic fair to get a tarot reading changes all of that. The Tarot reading helps her realise and see exactly what she should do. Moira’s friends and family start to question her sanity when she consults pieces of card for guidance. When she decides to quit her job, sell her house and move away, they’re sure of it.

What do Tarot cards mean? Can they help her find out about herself and guide her to a happier future? What has an encounter with a poltergeist and a haunted chest got to do with Moira’s journey to find fulfilment?

L. A. Tripp’s Musings on Making a Video Book Trailer

Author L.A. Tripp

“I’m gonna make a book trailer that’s ten minutes long,” I said, feeling so much pride.

Stephen just cut his eyes sideways and studied me a long minute. At least it seemed like a long minute. Probably only about 10 seconds or so.

“Jack, I know you want to put the entire book into the trailer, but that’s just not a good idea,” Stephen said.

“No, no. There’s no way I could possibly fit the whole book into a ten minute trailer. I mean, I’d have images just flashing before their eyes,” I said, feeling good about my rebuttal.

“Uh, yeah. That’s the idea,” Stephen said.

I pondered Stephen’s insightful answer for just a second. “Do you mean the idea is the ten minutes or the flashing images?” Continue reading “L. A. Tripp’s Musings on Making a Video Book Trailer”

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