Some people may not realize it, but Kansas sunflowers are HUGE! The first time I walked over to my neighbor's field to show the sunflowers to my niece, I was surprised at the height of the stalks that hold up the weight of those beautiful, sunny blossoms. They were much taller than I realized. It was fun to see the delight on the kids' faces as they were shorter than the blooms that were as big as their heads.
So today I'm sending a huge bouquet of Kansas Sunflowers to all of you. I would first like to thank everyone who has taken the time to check out my fairly new blog. If you have clicked on the little Follow button, I would be honored to return the favor. Just let me know your blog's URL, and if I haven't already, I will definitely sign on as a follower.
Now I would like to make a request. I am very interested in finding out more about book trailers. I didn't make a trailer for Michaela's Gift. I don't know the first thing about how one does such a thing. I didn't hire someone else to do it for me, either, because I am a newly-published writer, and, frankly, I have no money yet.
But I would love to know more about trailers. Not only about how they are created, but why an author chooses particular elements to include in each trailer.
So if you have a trailer and would like to share it, along with the details of your book, I would love to hear from you. Or, if you are a creator of trailers and would like to share a little about how you decide what to include, or any other interesting details, I would love to hear from you.
Of course, this is a G-rated site, so it would be nice if we could keep it to kid lit, or at least something suitable for all audiences. I have nothing against a good horror story.
Thank you so much. If you are interested and don't want to share your contact information on this site, you may certainly email me at email@example.com.
Have a fantastic day!