Once upon a time the only place you saw movie trailers was in your local theater, shortly before the
movie started. These days, all you have to do is “Google” to find a trailer for an upcoming movie—any
upcoming movie. Have you looked around out there? Now it’s not just movies getting their thirty to
forty-five seconds in the spotlight, but books too!
I’ve been writing for…let’s just say many years, and I’ve seen many changes in publishing. One of the
most interesting aspects of being a published author in 2009 is book trailers. I consider myself
incredibly lucky that my husband Michael has the time, the talent and the staff to produce my trailers
as well as my video newsletters. Normally, we’re very on the ball and the trailers are planned out way
in advance of a book’s release so that it can be sent to online book retailers, but href=”http://freshfiction.com/book.php?id=34524″>Rainwater sort of snuck up on us. You see,
Simon & Schusterbought the manuscript and then decided it would make a great holiday book.