Make Your Own Book Trailer
Presented by Tracee Garner
October 5 - 25, 2020
Registration September 21, 2019
Cost is $15 for non-RWAOL participants. Chapter members attend free!
About This Workshop
is king. If you didn't know that, the thought of "going live"
probably makes you cringe. There are other ways, however, besides going live
that can still generate results, help you get your stories in front of new eyes
and win readers who've never heard of you. If you could do this on your own
without some major, high priced production company, wouldn't you want to try?
In its simplest form, a book trailer for your story is nothing more than a
descriptive sequence of words, awesome pictures and amazing music strung
together in a logical but entertaining sequence that's not more than 60 or 90
seconds long. YOU can do this.
In this book trailer course, you will learn how to use three of the most popular video production tools including Youtube Studio Creator, Animoto and Ripl. All of these have free versions which will appeal to anyone, especially new users who are just starting out. You will also cover where to find free or low costs graphics, word choice, finding a story element for the trailer and narrowing your focus as well as where to get awesome music loops and tracks for FREE! You will also get a cheat sheet, story board and resource guide in the course.
Once you learn how you can build your own book trailer, you'll wonder why you were so fretful. What author doesn't need more outlets to promote their books?
About The Presenter
Tracee Lydia Garner
is a best-selling and award-winning author. She is a dynamic speaker and
engaging presenter with a wealth of knowledge and resources. She writes fiction
and nonfiction hoping to uplift, inspire as well as educate readers through her
tales of hope, love and overcoming adversity. A northern Virginia native,
Tracee makes her home in a suburb just outside of the Washington, DC
metropolitan area and loves writing, reading and teaching all about marketing
and publishing. As a person with a disability, Tracee has been an advocate for
over twenty years and maintains a day job currently as a case manager in DC at
a small nonprofit organization. Tracee Lydia Garner has done workshops for the
RWA National conference on disability topics, diversity, as well for her local
DC chapter of RWA where she is involved and has been the editor/agent
coordinator at their annual retreat for three years. Tracee also taught How to
Write the Novel, Romance Novel Writing and the Self-Publishing Boot Camp within
her alma mater's workforce development section of the college’s offerings for
almost 14 years.
What You Need to Know
- Deadline to register: October 5, 2020
- You do NOT need to be a member of RWA® or RWAOL to take this class.
- RWA® Online conducts all workshops via a discussion board system located on this
website. However, access to the site is
restricted by login and password to ensure that the workshop is only available
to those that are authorized to attend.
This is not an email loop workshop.
- For questions, contact us through our contact form.