Sunday, October 4, 2009

Haunting Anne Trailer..... wanna peek?


Photo and video editing at www.OneTrueMedia.com

So... I jumped on the book trailer bandwagon because this project is OLD! Haunting Anne, my first novel, is still floating around out there... but I am moving on, in my head at least, to my new project. So this book trailer is kind of like a swan song.... a goodbye.

Here she is! Thanks for watching!

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18 comments:

  1. That's a great trailer! I especailly like the haunting images of the young girl with the black hair and the voice singing. The novel seems really dark. I hope there's a light at the end!

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  2. Aubrie: Welcome! Nope... that novel is not a bit light. Not one hopeful moment. Horrible and horribler (not a word I know) Hmmmmmm... wonder why everyone passed? ;) I don't know, I LOVE depressing books. So much for that. My new project is full of light. We'll see!

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  3. Dark and lovely. I relate to Anne without even having read it. And somehow I love that house and hate it all at the same time :) I can't begin to say how much I hope this book gets published. It is just the kind of thing for a winter evening...alone... or maybe I'd have to read it outside under the bright blue sky! Gave me the chills, Suzanne, and I LOVE that :)

    Move over Stephen King:) I love books that worm there way through the grays and blacks of human emotions. Not everything is happily ever after, nor should it be :)

    Enjoy that new project. One of these days I will see you in print. I am sure :)

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  4. Holy crap, Suzanne! I see why it's called Haunting Anne. Shall I sleep tonight?? ;)
    Okay, really, nicely done! I have a clear image of the novel in my mind now. And even though it would scare the life out of me, I'd still read it because I know it will be good.
    I'm, of course, excited to hear that New Project is full of light. We know I like hope :)

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  5. Ooh creepy!

    This is probably the best trailer I've seen using OneTrueMedia!

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  6. That's one wicked house. Several of those images were just perfect for how I imagine Anne must feel--crouched, hidden, withdrawn. All good things!

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  7. Excellent trailer! I don't know whether I'm afraid or shaking in anticipation. Nice!

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  8. You are so brave. I've been afraid to even attempt a trailer. It was great. I'd like to read the book now. :)

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  9. I feel as if I am walking down a sidewalk looking through a wrought iron, locked fence. I want to see inside that house, but right now, I am entrapped by a young lady of intrigure, Mary.. This? Swan song? I wouldn't bet on it.

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  10. Creepily awesome and perfect for the season!

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  11. Brilliant trailer - I'm dying to read the book (no pun intended)!

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  12. Hmmmmm... I think I may take November and re-write it! The trailer may be better than the book! Funny.... Thanks all. It was fun to make.

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  13. Wow, that looks creepy but good! Fun trailer. :)

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  14. There is an atmosphere to this trailer that really gives you a feel for the novel (I am supposing.) Unsettling - that is the word that comes to mind. Well done.

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  15. it does seem dark! but there's nothing wrong with dark...can be very compelling reads. interesting!

    I wanted to let you know about my blog address change. *sigh* If you're following me, my posts now won't show up in your feed, dashboard, sidebar, whatever. So please forgive me, but you'll have to change the address for my main writing blog, Where Romance Meets Therapy, to http://jeanniecampbell.blogspot.com. To do this, you have to "unfollow" me and follow me again. Sorry for the confusion!

    Jeannie
    The Character Therapist

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  16. I've never seen a book trailer before. What a fabulous idea. Man, that was creepy...and definitely made me want to read more!

    I came over from Glnroz, checking all the Honest Scrap winners. Nice to meet you Suzanne!

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