Monthly Archives: July 2011
Here’s the third and final trailer for Winter. This is an endorsement trailer, featuring endorsements from authors Kerry Nietz, Pete Turner, Greg Mitchell, Amy Deardon, Matt Koceich, and Robert Liparulo. Someone asked me, “Why do you need three trailers?” My reason is that I plan to have a TV/DVD on the table at appearances. These three trailers (and maybe the behind the scenes video) will be played on a loop. All three trailers are unique. The first is a full-length movie still trailer. The second is a traditional still-image trailer. And the third features endorsements.
I know at times the endorsements in this new trailer seem to change fast. But it was very difficult to get the timing exact and still feature as many as I wanted to feature. A quick reader should have no problems. But don’t forget you can also pause the video, rewind, or watch multiple times so that you can catch it all.
I hope you enjoy it.
Sometimes odd things happen that are hard to explain. It seems that an error occurred somewhere and that probably about 75-100 copies of Winter have the chapter 20 header as 2020. Luckily, I think most of these copies were bulk orders for appearances (50 in my personal stash). The 20/20 copies have been printing since the 2nd time Amazon sold out until today. Suffice it to say, this is a weird glitch and we’re fixing the problem.
Which means, the 20/20 edition of Winter is now a Collector’s Edition. If you have one, hold on to it. It’s rare. If you want one, I think current Amazon orders may still be printing 20/20 copies…so order soon before the fix is processed. And for the time being, I have 20/20 copies on hand, but the supply is limited.
I want to find a way to authenticate these copies, and if possible make sure they are all signed. Let me know if you have a 20/20 edition, and I’ll try to make arrangements to sign and authenticate it.