Poe Blythe is the young captain of her failing city’s last mining ship, traveling the Serpentine River and dredging up gold. But it isn’t gold on her mind. Two years ago, river raiders robbed Poe of everything she had. And now she wants revenge. As she navigates the treacherous waters and realizes there’s a traitor among her crew, Poe is forced to confront the dangerous truth about why she has been sent on this journey and reckon with who she has become.
Your book trailer is finally live on YouTube! Now what? Well, if you’ve followed the advice in our recent blog post on how to use your book trailer, people should be watching your trailer! But how do you know if it’s working? What do all those analytics mean, and which numbers should you care about?
You wrote a book—but that doesn’t mean you have all the ideas you want to market it. If your budget is tight and you aren’t able to hire one of the best book-trailer production companies in the world (like Film 14!), or if you’d prefer to meet with a producer with some ideas in hand, but you’re fresh out of those ideas, we’ve got a technique that might shake up how you approach your material.
Percy Jackson fans, rejoice! Rick Riordan’s epic book series, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, is finally getting a live-action TV series, and it’s coming to Disney Plus!
Riordan and his wife, Becky, made the announcement in a brief video on Twitter, saying “after a lot of hard work and a lot of support from you guys, Percy Jackson is coming to Disney Plus.”
You’ve decided to create a book trailer for your book—congrats! But now comes the most important question: how are you going to use it? And how do you make sure your trailer is seen by as many readers and buyers as possible? Here are a few strategies we recommend.
Like movie and television-show trailers, book trailers are designed to make you want more. They don’t necessarily “give spoilers” or tell you the entire story; the best book trailers help you figure out if the featured book is for you, if it’s intriguing, and help you make a decision about buying or borrowing it as soon as possible.