I’m excited because my ‘baby’ has just been released by Red Rose Publishing. As many of you know, it’s the first in a new series of shifter books and I hope you enjoy it! May you all have Happy and Safe Holiday Weekend! Advertisements
Each book trailer I’ve seen so far has three components. There is the visual content, the audio content and some text. The visual components can be either short video clips or still images. The audio can be the spoken word, music or a combination of both. We shall gather all three in this next segment. … More How to Create a Trailer – Part Two
Join us, SUNDAY DECEMBER 27 at 2 pm EST with guest Anthony Stevens for an hour of fun and facts on his latest release. To call in, please dial: (917) 889-3332 Or…join us on the BTR RRA chatroom OR…just listen, but one way or another enjoy the fun. You say you’re busy at that time? Not a … More Blog Talk Radio
The latest promotional buzz in eBook circles seems to be trailers. We’ve all seen them not only on YouTube and other online venues, but they are now appearing among network television commercials as well. I just finished my very first effort and you can see it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLqrMgP7LpU Creating a short video clip as a … More How to Create a Trailer
My very first video trailer is up and ready for comments and thrown tomatoes. Shifter Born is the first of a series of Urban Fantasy stories and part of it involves a band of young shifters that record their own animal sounds and use that as background music for their CDs. The trailer features the … More Shifter Born Trailer
As most of you know, my wife and I live near Washington, DC. It started snowing yesterday (Friday) and is still snowing a little bit Saturday night. It’s being called the worst December blizzard ever and in sixth or seventh place for all-time record snowfall. Around noon, I decided in all my infinite macho wisdom, … More It’s WHITE UP HERE!
The last couple of weeks have been hectic around here. Besides rushing like mad to finish the edits on Shifter Born (I’m really proud of it), I attended an intensive computer seminar that was both interesting as well as exhausting. Software Review Yesterday, I put in more than five hours, working on my first trailer. … More Wow! Whatta Ride!