Category Archives: Trailer Time

Trailer Time: Daring to be Different

I’ve been away for a while and while I was gone I read these books: This is a teaser trailer. It is designed to pique interest. The assumption is that a lot of people have heard of the series and … Continue reading

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Trailer Time: A Quickie

This is a short book trailer for a short story: The question I ask of you is this: Is it enough? On the one hand, it’s a short story so a full-length trailer might be too much. On the other … Continue reading

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Trailer Time: Time for Some Redemption

As both a Christian and a lover of fantasy, I can’t resist a good redemption story: Before we start analyzing this trailer, let’s recap. In every trailer, I’m looking for: An introduction to the plot, An introduction to the main … Continue reading

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Trailer Time: Parody with Style

I found a trailer with a unique style: First, I’ve got to admit, I don’t like parodies. I just…don’t. But I liked this trailer! (If only from a marketing point of view.) It starts with a blank, black screen. The … Continue reading

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Trailer Time: Of Love and War

I found a professional trailer for us to watch this week: I advise watching it once as a potential reader and then watching it again as a discerning marketer. Did you notice what they did? The trailer starts within the … Continue reading

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Trailer Time: Let the Music Ring!

I just had to watch this one… If you’ve been around here a while, then you’d have picked up on the fact that I love epic fantasy novels. The more books in the series, the better I like it. The … Continue reading

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Trailer Time: I’ve said this before…

…I’ll probably say it again, but copyright infringement is bad business when your business thrives on your right to copyright. See why: Maybe it’s just me, but seeing text and seeing scenes stolen from other fantasy movies does the following … Continue reading

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