Watch the Wizard of Ends book trailer!

Today’s tour host is Diantha Jones at DJ’s Book Corner. Pop on over to Diantha’s blog to discover ten cool gifts for the readers in your life.

When I set out to create the Wizard of Ends book trailer, I had a movie-like trailer in mind. After long, hard hours searching for the perfect stock footage to fit my idea, I happened across a short video clip… and inspiration struck. The end result is nothing at all like what I originally had in mind, but it gives me goose bumps, and I hope it does you too!

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About Vanessa Finaughty Fantasy Books

Vanessa Finaughty is a fantasy author whose books will introduce you to magical new beings, intense characters and high adventure. She will take you to exciting new worlds, and make you see this one through different eyes. To start you off, get Book 1 in her series for free!
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6 Responses to Watch the Wizard of Ends book trailer!

  1. Alex James says:

    Great trailer Vanessa, I like how similar all the graphics look, and I especially like the magical beginning.


  2. Cat-Gerlach says:

    It’s a great tailer but there’s a wrong reference in it. You say “there are only two men…” and then you list two men and a woman (the king, the wizzard AND the sorceress). The connecting word AND implies that she is part of the two men you mentioned before. However, looking at the context, it seems she’s more their adversary. So you might want to use BUT or HOWEVER or some such to set her appart (like: the king and the wizzard, but the sorceress…)


    • Thank you for your comment. I’ve thought about what you said, and I still feel the reference is correct, because there are only two men – and a woman. It’s factually correct, and one can say ‘there are only two men who can save her, and a sorceress who would undo them all’, which is grammatically correct. All I’ve done is add info about the two men in between. Does that make sense?


      • Cat-Gerlach says:

        sure but there’s no punctuation which makes the relation clear. I’m not insisting it’s wrong, it just made me stop and think twice, which is probably not the reaction you’d want your potential reader to have. However, I’m absolutely aware that your mileage may vary.


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