Tally Chambers is content with her quiet, undemanding life. She works as a tarot reader during the day and plays open mics at night. Her simple utopia is shattered when the attractive Roland Stokes sits at her table. She is elated at his sudden interest in her, but soon discovers his true motivation.
Roland reveals that she is the Air Singer, one of four people in this generation who can control the elements. He is her paladin, a warrior sent to protect her from those who would cause her harm.
Tally is quickly thrown into a battle between two ancient societies. The Cadence want to protect her. The Spina want to kill her. All over a power she never asked for.
How did you decide to create a trailer and what was your experience?
I researched marketing tips for authors and found overwhelming evidence that a book trailer could help build anticipation for a new release. I never used a video editing program before, but decided to give it a try. I searched the internet and found royalty free images and video clips as well as a great sound track for the trailer. You can find the sources listed in the credits at the end of my trailer.
I released the trailer about three weeks before I published the book. It increased the hits on my site ten fold! It gave potential readers something to look forward to and share with friends.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I’ve always had a very active imagination and writing gives me a chance to make all of the stories in my head come to life. Since I was a child, I’ve daydreamed about being able to control the elements. When I got older, I wondered what the consequences of that would be. Would you be viewed as an asset or a threat? This story allows me to explore the possibilities.
K. Huber was born in Phoenix, and like a true Arizona native, she never left. Her debut novel is The Air Singer, a paranormal romance and the first book in series called The Cantors. When she is not writing, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family that includes a playful shih tzu mix, Stella. She is an avid rock and fossil collector and attends many local gem shows. Her other interests include reading, amateur archeology, and auditory torture otherwise known as karaoke.