Book Video for If These Walls Could Talk

Oh, shucks. The HTML codes won't work in Blogger. I'll get it fixed . . . eventually.

In the meantime, if you want to see it, here's the link:

Hope you enjoy it.


Donna D said...


Yay Bettye! I loved the trailer and the music - so you!

Did you do it yourself? That is so amazing!

Way to go!


bettye griffin said...

Glad you liked it, Donna. My husband was putting together photos with narration, titles, and music for our family reunion last month, and I told him if he could do that he could do a book trailer for me. He was all for it.

He had fun with it; even when he got frustrated I knew he was enjoying learning a new skill. We decided voice narration wasn't necessary.

I don't know if these things will help book sales, but I see it this way: It can't hurt. And it didn't cost anything, other than a small licensing fee for unlimited use of the music.

Patricia W. said...

I liked it Bettye. I liked that there was no narration. The jazzy music made me think South, maybe New Orleans, at first but then I thought musicians on the NYC subway platforms. LOL!

bettye griffin said...

Glad you liked it, Pat!

Gwyneth Bolton said...

It won't show on my laptop. Bummer. I'll have to try my desktop later... :-(


bettye griffin said...

You might have to click the Play button twice. It played on my laptop; as soon as my husband ran it for me on the desktop I powered it up just so I could see it on a different computer.