Yesterday The Swallow’s Nest went on sale at last. Hurrah! Today, behold the book trailer.
I am absolutely delighted to have the book on shelves now, and I already have twenty reviews at Amazon from readers who read the Advanced Reading copies and got right down to business the moment they could. Thank you early reviewers. You’re much appreciated.
Other than reading it, is there a better way to acquaint readers with a brand new novel than a book trailer? A book trailer is like going to the movies only better, because not only don’t I tell you the entire story right up front, a trailer is short, very short. In this one we wanted to capture the essence of the book, introduce you to the characters and their struggles, and, of course, since I’m a mom and grandmom, give you a glimpse into little Toby’s life. All in forty-something seconds.
I’ll let the book trailer speak for the rest of the story. I hope you enjoy it, and if you do, you have my talented son Galen McGee to thank for its creation.
The Swallow’s Nest is now available at:
- Barnes and Noble
- Indiebound (where you will find your nearby independent bookstore listed)
And everywhere books are sold.
(PS: If you watch the trailer the final frame takes you to other YouTube videos–it doesn’t play them, just shows the possibilities. If you missed the one for One Mountain Away, click on the photo of Asheville on the top left to view that one, too. Longer, but that’s me narrating.)