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Killer Unicorns Book Trailer

Diana Peterfreund has posted the Killer Unicorns book trailer and I had to re-post it here because it is totally worth a viewing. I love the idea of a series trailer, rather than one for just a single book. Also, how awesome is it to have the trailer actually narrated by the author herself? That way the viewer gets a much more direct insight into the vast array of thoughts and research (and blood, sweat, and tears) that went into the novel. I, for one, am much more likely to pick the book up having been made privy (and in such a stylish way) to all of that. Enjoy!

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  1. Yes, I saw this on Diana's blog yesterday. I love it! Though I wish there was more DIANA!

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  2. Ooh! A book trailer dedicated to a series is a great idea--and it's even better with the actual author in there! I love when I get to see the person who actually WROTE the books, hah. This was a great trailer :D

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  3. I hadn't seen this yet! Awesome! :)

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  4. Anonymous7:02 AM

    I am looking forward to get started on this series, and now that I see a girl who can handle a sword I can't wait

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  5. Lenore, true. I got all excited when she was the first thing on there. Really liked this trailer.

    pirate, exactly. It just makes it so much more interesting and human.

    Violet, sweet. Glad you enjoyed it. Have you read RAMPANT?

    Emily, yep. Astrid is very strong.

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  6. Anonymous11:35 AM

    I've never heard of this series before, but since I'm about to go back to school and be bombarded with academia, I think I might have to raid the local library to find it. These look fantastic! Thanks for the post!

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