Today's post will be short as I am neck deep in working on a workshop that I am giving at the Australian National RWA conference, the biggest part of which covers book trailers.
In the last few years, trailers have become increasingly popular. I know I have seen some really good ones, and I have also seen some not so good. The worst are the boring ones. I think if trailer is that boring, then what is the book like.
But one of the best ones I have seen is the trailer is Sense, Sensibility and Sea Monsters.
It was one of the reasons I wanted to make my own for Night’s Cold Kiss.
I had fun doing it. The creative process is not unlike writing a story. I liked hunting for the right pictures and the right music. But I’m a little worried. Do they make a difference? Do they entice people to buy the book or at least give it a second look?
So tell me... Do you like book trailers? If yes – what do you like and if no – why?
And if you have seen a memorable trailer – what was it and what did you like or hate about it.
There are many awesome book trailers by a Supernatural Underground authors right here