Book trailers provide an incredible method of story promotion.
(Read about the changes to The Tropics with the video below.)
In just a few words, complimented by related pictures or videos, conflict in fiction, mystery writing, even a book writing format can be detected and understood.
Of course, book trailers are also used for nonfiction. In this case, my writer's references. Write It Right - Tips for Authors, Volumes I and II are in eBook format with one of the trailers showing below.
However, I have now combined Volumes I and II and published them in paperback.
These stories and flash fiction pieces are plots I conjured in my zaniest moods.
Read more about this eBook in Flash Fiction and Short Stories.
Off Center in the Attic is available at:
For this eBook, Gary Val Tenuta, author of The Ezekiel Code, describes it as a treasure chest of gold nuggets. This eBook is a nonfiction reference aid for writers stumbling through rough spots in writing their manuscripts. (Volume II has been published. Watch for changes in this Video.)
When first published on Smashwords, this eBook garnered four 5-Star
reviews and zoomed to the #1 spot in Reference books and held for weeks.
Recently, Write it Right made the Amazon Top 100 eBooks in three categories and joyfully languished there for weeks. It has been on the list off and on ever since it was published.
Since Volume II has been published, both volumes made Amazon's Top 100 list at the same time.
Read the entire Table of Contents of Volume I and two very telling reviews garnered before this book in Self Help Books. Soon the same will be posted for Volume II.
This eBook is available for download from:Amazon.com
Logline: A woman’s long search for her abducted child ends when she finds a young woman on Death Row months away from lethal injection for a crime she didn’t commit.
Down to the Needle, a thriller, is available in Paperback, Hard Cover or Kindle and other downloads at:
Logline: A serial killer terrorizes residents among the lush orchards and croplands of California's Sacramento River Delta.
River Bones was a WINNER in the Eric Hoffer Book Awards competition.
Also, River Bones was a Finalist in the 2010-2011 National Indie Excellence Awards contest, also discussed on the Mystery Novels pages. Read about both of these awards in Mystery Novels.
River Bones, a thriller, is available in Paperback, Hard Cover and Kindle at:
Logline: Archaeologists discover a tomb with hieroglyphs coded with spells and magic that will haunt them for the rest of their lives.
The Ka is available in Paperback and for Kindle and other downloads at:
the rewrite of
Child of a Storm-Caught in a Rip-Hurricane Secret
Logline: Dramatic ocean survival and island life stories that shatter the myths of stereotypical islands of paradise.
The Tropics, my first adventure/suspense, is out of print. A few new and also used copies can still be found at B&N.com and Amazon.
I've rewritten the novel expanding the stories and making them more dramatic. It's now published as an eBook with a beautiful new cover. If you wish to read about the dramatic changes, expansion of the stories, and view the revised video trailer, you'll find it under the new title of Legacy of the Tropics.
This eBook can be downloaded at:
Were you able to identify conflict in fiction as it was presented through these videos? What about mystery writing or a book writing format?
I hope you enjoyed watching these mini-movies, also known as book trailers or video trailers. Watch for more videos as new stories and nonfiction are produced.
Get your Trailer made here....
If you are a writer wishing to have a video or book trailer made for your story, please check out Kim McDougal, the genius who makes all of mine, and the owner of Blazing Trailers.
Book trailers offer an exciting advantage in promotion. In addition to making trailers, Kim McDougall offers incredible promotion for the authors who use her services through her website, McDougall Previews. That's terrific!!
Many video trailer making sites are available, and you can find those that appeal to you, but I love the work of this genius.