Saturday, May 3, 2008

Got Animoto?

The easy way to make a book trailer.



Leave a comment by Friday and I'll put your name in for a drawing to receive a free copy of Where the Truth Lies.

17 comments:

Rebecca Yauger said...

Great! Cant' wait to read it! I'm so excited for you and Lisa! :)

Marcia Gruver said...

Wow. Love that trailer. You did a great job. Can't wait to read the book.

jess said...

Nice...
I'm heading over to Faith, Hope and Love to spread the word. :)

Sharon A. Lavy said...

I've heard of book trailers, but this is the first one I've seen. Nice.

Blessings~~

Janelle said...

Oh, Sharon, if you want to see a really good one, go to my website at www.janellemowery.com and click on the words 'book trailer' on the home page. It's a link to the one my co-author made. She did a great job.

Danna said...

Just visiting from FHL! Congratulations on Where the Truth Lies. It sounds great! Blessings to you and your release date. :-)

Anonymous said...

I'm definitely planning to read WHERE THE TRUTH LIES, Janelle. Congratulations to you and Lisa!!

Nancy Toback

Tracey Bateman said...

JAnelle,
How awesome are you!! Neat trailer
or is it trailor? I don't know.
Can't wait to read your book, guys!

Janelle said...

Hey ladies, thanks for popping in for a look-see. Much appreciated.

Elizabeth Ludwig said...

Ah-ha! I knew you were up to something!! Looks great, Janelle.

Tammy Doherty said...

Janelle - my computer isn't showing me the trailer. Plus on my screen your bio is coving the right edge of the blog (so I can't read it). I'm going to go check out your website to see the other trailer you mentioned. Plus, I'd love to be entered for your book. I'm going to be putting some of those Heartsong books on my wish list (Mom likes buying me books - I love my mom!)
P.S. Jess is a great PR person!

Janelle said...

LOL. Lisa, I knew you'd figured I was working on something. I can't believe you didn't just up and ask. (g)

Janelle said...

Hey Tammy, if you're on dial up you may have trouble viewing the trailer. Sorry about that. But you're definitely entered for the drawing.

You're going to love the HP Mysteries. They're a fun read.

And you're right, Jess is a great PR person. I may have to hire her. (g)

Tammy Doherty said...

Unfortunately I am on dial-up. We only recently moved into the late 20th century here in rural central Massachusetts! Up town has DSL, so one day at the library I'll check out your trailer.

I'm going to tell my mom to check out Heartsong mysteries, too. So we'll both be looking for yours when it's released. I'll tell my friends, who all like Christian books. Best wishes for tons of sales :-)

Janelle said...

Massachusetts? Now you GOT to read it, Tammy. That's the setting for our book.

Missy Tippens said...

Just stopping by to say hi and to check out your blog. Jess told us about it on FHL. :)

I look forward to checking out how to make a video trailer!

Missy

Tammy Doherty said...

I show bits of the trailer from your website and thought the setting was MA - - actually, the opening scene (that I saw) looks very familiar. Like a street in Holyoke that I've seen. So I will definitely have to read your book. The blurbs I've read about a few of the other Heartsong Mysteries have me interested, too. I just may have to buy a basketfull!!!