There are many different styles of book trailers. In this article, we break it down four distinct genres: Cinematic, Dynamic Graphic, Animated, and Illustrated.
A beta reader is a person who reads your novel and offers you critiques on it. In this interview with guest author Audrey Henley, we talk about how to find and communicate with beta readers to get feedback on your work in progress.
A great book trailer will entice a reader to pick up the book, not make them feel like they’ve already read it cover to cover. Book trailers are NOT movie trailers! Movie studios don’t need to leave much to the imagination because they’re inviting us to see a big budget spectacle, not experience a character’s journey.
Over the years, book trailers have evolved from amateur photo slideshows to award-winning cinematic masterpieces. How and why have these little videos become so important? In this blog, we discuss the reasons readers seek out book trailers and how these little videos have changed the way we look at books forever.
If you've decided to self-publish your novel instead of going with a traditional or indie publisher, chances are you are strongly considering...
There's one mistake that's a dead giveaway that your book trailer was not done by a professional. I can help you fix it.
What makes a book trailer effective or awful? We've compiled a list of the top ten mistakes people make when creating a book trailer.