The contemporary book business has undergone revolutionary changes—the rise of mega-stores, online bookselling, print-on-demand publishing, and ebooks—to name some examples. Yet, until recently, book marketing remained much as it was in earlier days of publishing. But the Internet and accessible image- and video-making technology promoted innovation, and the book trailer came into being.

Many trailer producers are like myself—seasoned authors who are turning their creativity to book-related visual forms. The book trailer is a revolutionary, entertaining, and cost-effective replacement for all those tiring, expensive, and—in terms of sales—often futile book signings and tours. Not only is a trailer a compelling way to market your published book, but it can also figure in your pre-publication efforts.

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Faded LoveIn Faded Love, Stories by Robert N. Friedland, published 2010, by Libros Libertad—East meets West in a journey through a shifting landscape of love and loss. Love might fade but Faded Love remains vivid long after the reader turns the last page.

Faded Love haunts, it is elegiac~Broadkill Review

Draws in the reader~Gold River Record


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Advantages of a book trailer

Book trailerA book trailer (similar to a movie trailer) is a lively and budget-friendly way to show off the best features of your book. And not only that but, via the Internet, a trailer can reach your potential readership all over the world.

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