Nonconformist or just bat-crap-crazy?

This will be one of my most self-debated, (should I or shouldn't I), posts to date. It's guaranteed to be the top controversial and I may even lose followers because of it.  I'm sure my husband will shake his head and wonder why I shared this with the world, but I'm tired of pretending... I... Continue Reading →

Find all my books FREE here for the Smashwords End of Year Sale! December 25, 2018 – January 1, 2019

WORLDWIDE! NO LIMITS LIKE AMAZON   Get your Free books here for a limited time from Dec 25th at 12:01 PST to Jan 1st 12:00 PST Just add to your cart and check out is FREE - grab them all! And please be helpful and leave reviews.   THE USED https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/908671 607 people go missing... Continue Reading →

Street Lit Author’s Corner

Have you ever wanted to see your books in the public library?Of course you have! And this wonderful project set up by some amazing people at the Patagonia, Arizona library are giving us authors this very opportunity. I joined in the summer, and it's been a wonderful experience. You have nothing to lose. It's free advertising, and you... Continue Reading →

Making book video promo’s

MIA from home page, so reblogging to see if it fixed the bug

Author Theresa Jacobs

When I first decided to make a “commercial” for my debut novel, I searched and searched for free options. I tried a few and found them lacking.

Then I discovered Animoto. I liked the ease of use and the amount of options to play with. However using for free left me with their branding. It wasn’t too obnoxious, but some people didn’t like it.

Over the last couple of years, they’ve taken away many of the best features, moving them to the paying only options, and it became harder to create a simple ad.

Some great people in a writers club told me the Windows Movie Maker was good, and watermark free!

I checked it out, it did cost me $40.00 – but that’s for life. Which is worth it in the grand plan of becoming a famous author.

I’ve made many commercials over the past couple of months and…

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