Tuesday, October 1, 2013

After the Twelfth Night book trailer and cover reveal! (Thus the panic beings)

Hi everyone! I have been looking forwards to this day for the past week! It's October 1, so that means I get to show you After the Twelfth Night's trailer and cover!

So first a little bit of history, because I'm evil and want to prolong the waiting... Personally, I think book trailers are kind of odd, because it's a book, not a movie. And I wasn't going to do one. But then I thought 'hey, dolls!' and the trailer was born. I have more to talk about, but I'm going to save that for another post (or several) on how I made the trailer.
Now a note on the new cover... I had an old cover. Most of you have probably seen it. But I wasn't happy with it. It wasn't a POW cover. It was a someone-threw-that-together cover (which is pretty much what I did way back when). So I asked my dad if he could draw me a new cover and he said yes! (He's the best dad in the world, by the way.) That's where the new cover comes from. Perhaps I'll talk more about that in a later post too...

Now, the trailer!

The new cover:

Thank you SO much, Daddy, for investing the time to make this for me! And for putting up my incessant questioning whether you were going to work on it. It means the world to me.

As you can see, I have chosen the name A.G. Werff to publish under...

And now that these two big loads have been lifted (the trailer and cover) I can start panicking. Editing is far from being over with, plus I have yet to plan my NaNoWriMo novel! AH! Only 31 days! Until NaNo and publishing!

 Live long and prosper!


  1. Eep! Exciting! Love the cover, I think it can really attract some sales ... and the trailer ... that was really good!

    I need to find me a good movie editing program, since I don't think my computer came with one like my last one did.

  2. Awesome! I'm sorry I haven't gotten your part two back to you...Life has caught up with me and so I've not gotten my teeth into it nearly as much as part one, for which I am duly ashamed. I'm eager to read on, though, and hopefully I'll be able to get around to editing still!

  3. I think that is the best cover I've seen in a long time! I love it!!! You're right, it does have a Tintin feel to it, it is going to fit the book so perfectly.
    You're very talented with the dolls. I liked your trailer a lot 8-D Great job! I am now even more excited for it!!!

  4. Abbey, you are sooo clever! Well Done. Enjoyed the trailer....
    You have such good ideas, and a lot of talent! I like the name AG Werff.
    from Grama