Friday, September 20, 2013


Truth! I've never done this before. No, really, never. I've thought about it, sure. Made a feeble attempt to do-it-myself way back before I accepted my limitations. Over a dozen books and I've never, not once, had a book trailer.
Until now!

What are your thoughts on book trailers? Has one ever compelled you to buy a book, or are they simply a fun little extra?

Pleasure Palace is set to be released on October 11th!!!

Pleasure Palace

Kelli Scott 

Audrey is desperate for a job—any job—after the breakup of her marriage. The unemployment office refers her to the historic Palace Theatre, affectionately called The Pussy Palace because of its X-rated offerings. She checks her pride at the door, if not her disdain for the raunchy establishment, but despite her contempt for the movie house, she’s compelled to stay when a couple of naughty spirits beckon her to play with them…and the hot guy who runs the projector.
The Palace Theatre has been in Mike’s family for generations, and he dreams of restoring the cinema to its former glory and showing epic old movies on the big screen. Tough to concentrate on goals, however, when his new concession girl has him distracted and a ghost has taken over his body and stolen his free will. At least Mike and the horny spirit have something in common—a desire to claim Audrey.

A Romantica® paranormal erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave



Tina Donahue said...

Love your trailer - it's great!!

Generally speaking, a book's cover, the blurb and the first couple of pages are what compel me to buy a book.

jean hart stewart said...

I personally love trailers... yours is great. As to how effective they are as advertising though/ Wish I knew!!!

Kelli Scott said...

Making the trailer (or rather, having someone else make it) was a fun experience. Not sure when I'll do it again...