Book Trailers

February 2010 Blog Posts (5)

Hear my Live Interview on BlogTalkRadio

Interviews are a fun way to promote. You can listen to this fun interview here:

Added by Mary Deal on February 19, 2010 at 4:43pm — No Comments

Book Trailer Videos

I must admit that at first, I was overwhelmed with the thought of making a book trailer video. Yet, several YouTube videos later on how to make one with the software I had, it no longer seemed so daunting. It helped that my husband owns a music production studio, and could help me with the music.

I was amazed by how many hits they received both on facebook and other sites, and the responses I got from readers and friends about them on facebook, twitter, etc. I have always…

Added by Kiki Howell on February 18, 2010 at 10:28am — 1 Comment

The best of the best

I just wanted to post a short blog to commend Book Traiers. I have my my book trailer posted on quite a few sites and none of them come close to Book Trailers. This site is by far the best. The professionalism of both the people who run the site and its members are more than I had envisioned.

If anyone is reading this that is pondering placing your video on the site; ponder no more. It is all positive.

Thank you Book Trailers!

Added by Mark Adduci on February 18, 2010 at 9:40am — No Comments

Win FREE Distribution for YOUR Video!

COS Productions if offering FREE distribution of your book video for a limited time to the first 5 people to do the following-

1. Post your video here on the community site

2. Blog about your video or the merits of book video

3. Promote the community by inviting at least 5 friends or posting the community badge on your site or by blogging about the site on your personal blog.

4. Be certain you have a profile pic on your community site profile.

5.… Continue

Added by COS Productions on February 18, 2010 at 9:12am — 8 Comments


Limbo exists within the world of writing in two forms. The first bears its ugly head when you have completed your manuscript, including all the revisions you plan to write and the time it takes you to find an agent / publisher. For me that time was more hell that Limbo.

The three most important words in writing (as it has been drill into my head); perserverance, perserverance, perserverance. Almost two years after sending out my first query (that really should be a four letter word) I… Continue

Added by Mark Adduci on February 3, 2010 at 2:00am — No Comments

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