Book Trailers, Part III

Quick recap: In Part I of this series, I posted ten tips for making a book trailer that avoids the suck. Part II is an interview with artist Kari Lennartson about narrative art techniques and her creative process. And in this final installment on book trailers, I speak with Timothy David Orme, the award-winning filmmaker […]

Goodreads Giveaway!

Here’s your chance to win a FREE signed and personalized copy of Backwards (just in time for the holidays).  And if you’ve read Backwards, please consider posting a short review of it on Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or other sites. Good luck! **Note: This contest just ended. Congratulations to Virginia and Courtney for winning!** Goodreads […]

Discussion Questions for BACKWARDS

If, like me, you think books are best discussed, here are some questions you can use with your book group, students, or random strangers to explore Backwards. Note: All these questions are based on questions that readers sent or asked me (thank you readers!). If you come up with a good question, please post it in the […]