A few weeks ago, I launched a book trailer for Backwards. Since then several authors have asked me how it was created. Here are three things on that: 1) It took more time than I thought. 2) It was fun.
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This year I was lucky enough to go to BEA. There were lots of great books given away and I was able to snag a few. I thought it might be fun to check out the trailers for a couple of them and see what did and didn't work.
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