Tuesday, December 18, 2012

GRAVELY INANIMATED A TALE OF WOE AND ROMANC

Posted by Angel kk at Tuesday, December 18, 2012

I have been lucky enough to be invited to take part in the Gravely inanimated blog tour. 
See the book trailer at 
http://www.zombiepunkseries.com/book-trailer-release-hop/


Gravely Inanimted Synopsis:

Extra, extra, read all about it: Zombies Invade London!

It has been thirty years since the Voodoo Queen plagued England with the zombie disease that has since swept the world. Humans have had to learn to function around them while the dead kill innocent people. The government continues its efforts to try to contain and find a cure for the problem.

However, by the cover of night, a man who was born half zombie and half human known only as Aeron, roams the streets in search of protecting the upright citizens from the flesh eating creatures. One foggy evening Lucille Knight becomes one of these people, Aeron’s interest is instantly peeked. A woman who gets upset with him for saving her life? What is wrong with her?

But Aeron will have a little competition when Miss. Knight meets Lord Garrett Ashdown, the son of Earl Thomas or a man better known as: The Inventor. A man who builds automatons for the direct purpose of killing zombies; mysteriously understanding their blood and the way they sense humans.

Lucy is taken by the masked man known as Aeron and the equally mysterious Lord Garrett. With one concealing his true identity and the other hiding a ghastly secret, she doesn’t know which one is less dangerous. What secrets do Aeron and Garrett keep from Lucy? Will Miss. Knight be able to be with the man she chooses when she learns the awful truth?

It is still unclear. And the current edition isn’t spilling the beans just yet…



I was inspired to do a live action Book Trailer for Gravely Inanimated due to the fact that I like to try new and unique parts to marketing and plainly: I got sick of just putting up photos. Mostly because I can never find the ones that are right. I wanted to tell a story through the book trailer and I think with the help of Jamie Calderon (hair and makeup), Matthew Martines (director), Valerie Stacy (photographer), and many more I was able to put a piece of real art together.

The most difficult part of this book trailer was orchestrating around 7 people and jumping back and forth between the photography for the model and the filming of the zombies. Talk about needing two of yourself!


But these were the highlight moments:


A terrific action shot of zombie biting widow. LOVE IT!

















I love this picture! A very cold zombie. Haha.















The imfamouse director hanging out the car while filming ”Lucy” running for her life.



A great picture of Matthew filming the hero.



Rockstar zombie band!



Everybody is happy and having a good time then...



BOOM! Everyone is gonna eat her. Lol.


I love this photo of Amanda and Ken. Amanda looks a little frightened and disgusted while Ken looks like he is about to bite her.



Author Bio:


My name is Esther Wheelmaker and I am the author of the upcoming series, Zombiepunk. For now my background is going to be my little secret. However, at times I may let little bits out here and there.

Let’s face it…everyone likes a girl with alittle mystery.

Every Monday you will find me here speaking about the zombiepunk books and what’s going on in my world of writing. Some will be informative and some will be me bragging.
On Wednesdays I will be updating you on Steampunk music, movies and events. Then on Friday you will get all the juicy gossip on the London elite; the people in the zombiepunk books. It’s going to be a good time had by all.

Hugs and Corsets,
E.



You can  pre-buy  your copy  at www.zombiepunkseries.com (right hand side)
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The author page on FB: https://www.facebook.com/esther.wheelmaker?fref=ts
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