Yesterday mom showed me this video review by Dayreader Reviews. While watching it, I couldn't help but think "When is the movie coming out?" only to remember that there's no movie, this is a book trailer which is sort of depressing because I still really want to watch it.
So I wasn't compensated or paid for this review, actually this isn't a review at all in my opinion, I'm just sharing someone's review and my grief that this isn't a movie. Mom actually told me when I was watching it that the book was already out. I guess I spoke out loud or something while I was thinking 'this would make a great movie.'
I think Dayreader Reviews did a great job on this video...probably too good because I sort of forgot it was a book review and thought it was a movie trailer. Now I'm obsessed with thinking it would be a good movie, that they got a great feel in their video, everything in my opinion flowed great.
Now we'll go back to the book part. I am Debra Kayn's daughter, I have read some of her books but not this one. I know it's great, all of the other books of hers I have read are awesome. The reason I haven't read it, well she's my mom. Now I know that probably sounds rude and cold and makes me sound like a jerk but I'm too squeamish on some parts knowing my mom wrote them. Call me immature but there are some things that a girl does not want to hear her mom say, or in my case read all the...sexy scenes. (Blushing)
I fully support my mom being an author, I even wanted to help a little so I wrote this blog post to show how much she means to me. She's a big part of the reason I started writing and blogging, even though our tastes are so different in a lot of ways. We've always been close, probably more like best friends than mother and daughter so when I say I'm proud of her, I mean it.
Please enjoy the book trailer and share it with your friends.
Disclaimer; I have no affiliation with Dayreader Reviews and have not been paid or compensated for this review, nor bribed with sweets and sparkly things. I am however related to Debra Kayn who better not be all misty-eyed with motherly pride over being complimented by her one and only daughter when she gets to see this blog post.
Added note; all opinion expressed within this post are all my own. I have not been paid, compensated, bribed, blackmailed by anyone or compelled by vampires to write these words that I have scripted onto this digital page with my very own keystrokes, straight out of the mind of a terrarium obsessed woman.