My Trip to Adele Trailer

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Re: My Trip to Adele Trailer

Post by gali » 12 Jul 2017, 08:34

hsimone wrote:
gali wrote:
Ssinghal wrote:I think the summary written at the back of the book affects my decision to read the book more than the trailer. I felt the trailer could not really convey the essence of the book.
I agree it failed to convey the essence of the book. If it wasn't the BOTM, I wouldn't have read it based on the trailer.
I wholeheartedly agree. This book trailer did not pique my interest and, like you said gali, if this book wasn't BOTM, then I would not have picked it up.
Thank you. I don't regret reading it, though. :)
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Post by Gnome » 12 Jul 2017, 09:53

gali wrote:
hsimone wrote:
gali wrote:
Thank you. I don't regret reading it, though. :)
I agree. This book was worth the read, even if the trailer wasn't up to the same standard

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Post by kislany » 24 Jul 2017, 13:36

I've finally watched the trailer, and I have to be honest, I was not overly moved or excited. It was kinda meh.

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Post by bookiegalke » 01 Aug 2017, 08:05

that was an awesome display of creativity on the part of the writer
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Post by otlwaetse » 01 Aug 2017, 09:23

awesome and enjoyable.

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Post by ktom » 22 Feb 2018, 14:28

I think trailers are good if you want to attract a new breed of readers, but for people who really love books, I don't think it makes much difference.
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Post by DustinPBrown » 25 Feb 2018, 09:26

gali wrote:
08 Jul 2017, 11:17
Donnavila Marie01 wrote:
Izesicle wrote:I viewed the trailer on yt. I liked it. It's well-done and it provides a good tease of the plot. That said, I'm not used to watching book trailers so I'm typically not influenced by them.
We are not used to. Besides, most of the time, we already have the synopsis or summary at the back page of the book.
I have seen quite a few trailers and they were good.
Is it becoming more common? I'd heard of them, but this was the first one I've ever seen. Is it a bigger thing in the self-publishing world, I wonder?

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Post by palilogy » 10 Jun 2018, 13:22

I thought the book trailer was very flat and cliche. The voice seemed bored and the music almost made me sleepy. Beautiful- but not interesting.

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Post by 10mile72 » 12 Jun 2018, 12:50

I loved the book, but I don't think the trailer would have affected me one way or the other

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Post by Nmesoma » 14 Jun 2018, 06:25

Books with trailers seems wonderful as long as the trailer is well written.

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Post by Jgideon » 17 Jun 2018, 06:19

Amagine wrote:
04 Jul 2017, 05:46
I think a book trailer is an interesting concept. It's a great way to advertise the book. Unfortunately, the trailer for My Trip to Adele didn't interest me much.
I agree with you that the concept of a book trailer is interesting. Hopefully, the author will do a more captivating trailer since most people feel that the one he used didn't serve its purpose well

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