Trailer and Tumblr

It’s just about a week short of three months to launch day for CRAZY and, well, things are cranking up!  First, the really exciting news.  This very morning Eerdmans is revealing the trailer on their website.  I know, I know, some of you already saw it on Face Book because they told me I could spill the beans last Friday (lest I burst), but I’m officially featuring it here today.

I am indebted to Ahna Ziegler, who created it, and Jacob Thielman, who wrote the music especially for it–both from the very fine Eerdmans team that I have the pleasure of working with.

And, there is this on Tumblr:

I’m going to let these visuals do the talking today, and hope that they will pique your curiosity enough to want to read the book when it comes out on Oct. 20.  I’ll be posting pre and post launch events on the homepage of this website as they develop.  In the meantime, you can pre-order CRAZY  here.

Thanks from the bottom of my heart to all of you who are supporting me in this journey towards publication!!


Hey READERS, I would love to hear from you.

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Trailer and Tumblr — 6 Comments

  1. WOW!!!!! This just gave me the chills. Beautiful and perfect choice to capture the character and themes of your book. Can’t wait to read it!!!!!!
    My daughter watched the trailer and is looking forward to reading it as well.

  2. Thanks so much, Miriam, and I really appreciate that you showed it to your daughter. At this point, I think I’ve generated more interest among adults than the intended YA audience! Still looking to get together for dinner sometime soon.

  3. Beautiful, Linda! The driving beat of the music is compelling, moving the story forward, letting us know that this will be a story to not put down. I’m so proud of the work you are doing and the commitment you have to the cause and the craft. God bless you and give you more good words to write down as you wait. Love you. Lynn.

    • Thanks so much for the very kind words, Lynn. I really am blessed with the job Ahna and Jacob at Eerdmans did. And speaking of words to write down as I wait, I am making a bit of progress in that department as we speak, but it is slow going. I’m anxious to hear about you and Emily these days!

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