Wednesday, June 18, 2008

THE TIME OF SINGING - TRAILER

I have a couple of blog posts waiting in the wings until I've got a minute to write them up - concerned with Norfolk and knitting (!) but in the meantime, here is the trailer for The Time of Singing. It features the brand new book cover not even off the press yet. I also have to thank my younger son's girlfriend for posing as Ida in the red dress. She has done a sterling job...


14 comments:

Amy said...

Great trailer! I can't wait to read the book!

Marg said...

October is a very long way away! Thanks for posting the trailer and the cover!

Daphne said...

I love the trailer - and the cover. I'm definately going to have to order this from the UK. It sounds really good!

Doubtful Muse said...

Love the trailer - can hardly wait to read the book!

Anne Gilbert said...

Oooooooh! What a trailer! Makes the book look really exciting. I'm going to keep an eye out for it.
Anne G

Anne Gilbert said...

Just to letcha all know, I posted a note about the trailer on my blog, The Writer's Daily Grind. The opportunity to advertise this fantastic-sounding book was just too good to pass up!
Anne G

Jane Henry said...

OOOH fabulous Elizabeth!!! That boy is really gorgeous!!!

Jan Jones said...

Terrific trailer, Elizabeth. Such a tempter!

lucy said...

can't wait to read the book and the cover is lovely!

Thea Vincent said...

Really excited about 'The Time of Singing' - so much so that I dragged husband and daughter to Framlingham Castle for a day out last weekend! What an amazing place.

Can hardly wait for the book launch in October - the trailer is fantastic.

Keep up the excellent work! :-)

stevent said...

Intriguing. I like the idea of marketing your novels through Youtube. Has that strategy been successful in promoting your work and driving readers to your site?

JaneConsumer said...

I love the trailer! Love your books too. I can't wait to read The Time of Singing!

Ichizu W. said...

What a creative way to market your book! I'm very impressed. In the book, does the female character wear a red robe as opposed to the green one on the cover?

Elizabeth Chadwick said...

Hi Ichizu.W
Welcome to the blog!
In the novel Ida wears both red and green dresses. There's a particular scene in it where she is in a garden wearing what Roger thinks is a very fetching red dress. So the cover and the trailer represent both. Actually this is fortunate! I was using my Regia Anglorum props for the trailer. It was also useful that my son's girlfriend has the right hair colour for Ida!