"Writing is not for wusses."--Lynne Main
A Common Pornography by Kevin SampsellThe Electric Church in One Minute by Jeff Somers Extraordinary Renditions by Andrew ErvinI Am in the Air Right Now by Kathryn Regina I Lego New York by Chistoph Niemann
Jeff's was definitely the best. Reminds me of a cross between Zero Punctuation (http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/zero-punctuation) and 30-second Bunnies movies (http://www.angryalien.com/).
Kevin Sampsell edited Portland Noir, so I've had the privilege of working with him. Great guy, and a great writer. Though, of course, Jeff should win because I fear what he'll do to me if I say otherwise.
I'm sold! Fantastic trailer.
I'm hearing about book trailers more and more frequently, but only from people who make book trailers and aspiring writers who follow their blogs that hope to have book trailers of their own some day.I wonder if this is a self-contained phenomenon. Do they actually influence the buying public?
Thanks for some mighty fun trailer viewing. Jeff's was hilarious but right now, my brain is stuck sorting through all the "ography" words I can recall.
ROFL!Those minute recaps are great!
I love Jeff's trailer.
A book trailer is truly an art form in itself. We've come far from the powerpoint-and-soft-music variety so common a few years ago.
OMG - Jeff'a rocks! I am off to his website.Janet, I was surfing instead of working and thought of you immediately when I saw this (I hope it works!):http://myfoodlooksfunny.com/2010/05/10/just-when-you-thought-it-was-safe-to-go-back-in-the-kitchen/Terri
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