This week, instead of the same ol’ same ol’ morning announcements, like the image above, the Blue Devils at Columbia High School have this coming at them:
Exactly. Deborah Lyman, the head librarian, convinced the AV crew to plug my signing this Friday at Good Buy Books by waking up the school this week with my trailer. Somewhere Patrick Willems is smiling.
As am I. This is a pretty phenomenal way to promote reading, as well as support of local authors and businesses.
Therefore, I want to extend my thanks to Deborah, the AV crew, and Lynne from Good Buy Books. Jolting kids awake is fun, but doing so for a good cause is fantastic.
Lynne is hosting a signing/hangout on Friday from 6:30-8:30, snacks included. So please, tell your family and friends in East Greenbush. If you know a teen at Columbia, ask them if they’ve been paying attention to the announcements. Tell them you know me and that hanging out on Friday will be fun.
And then come on out. I’ll sign, crack corny jokes, and help teens feel comfortable with the act of reading. There’s no stigma, just good times.
See you Friday!
Good Buy Books: 330 Columbia Turnpike, Rensselaer, NY 12144, (518) 479-2665
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I need help making a decision. I want to make a movie trailer for Dare Me, but I don’t know if it’s a good idea.
Now, when I say I want to “make” one, that means I intend to hire a filmmaker (we’re already at the planning stage). However, I’ve read so much on the topic–probably too much–that I’m now second guessing whether going forward is a good move.
Sure, having a film for Dare Me would be awesome. That’s not in question. But paying for one with the desire for it to pay for itself, is another venture altogether.
Therefore, considering the nature of Dare Me‘s content: YouTube videos, teen culture, and daredevil behavior, do you say yea or nay?
And if yea, feel free to suggest what you’d like to see.
If nay, is it because book trailers seem oxymoronic, or something else?
And if you’ve never seen a book trailer, feel free to enjoy the compilation below. They’re some of the best. Thanks.