Book trailer, “A Very Fine House”

“ALL writers grow increasingly more hypochondriacal as publication approaches,” so said the great Anne Lamott before the release of her last book. St. Anne, as some have dubbed her, may have been on to something. Not that I in any way compare to dear Anne, but her insight may explain the heart attack-like symptoms I experienced last night after posting my book trailer on Facebook for the first time. Wouldn’t it be sad and poetic and cosmically unfair to die just before the release of my first, and likely only book, I thought.

I’ve actually been sitting on this video for nearly a year now, and it’s time to let it go. Guess I secretly hoped the photoshop genie would find it and fix me. Alas, that was not meant to be. So dispensing with all vanity, here’s the trailer for A Very Fine House.

My tummy hurts.

(Thank you for your support and for sharing this with others!)

Author: Barbara Stoefen

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  1. What a gift you are giving the world – may you and your family be forever blessed for the hardships you’ve endured. Love, love, love –

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    • Thank you, Veronica. We all need to get real and share our stories and lessons. Learning we’re not alone in something is one of the most healing gifts there is.

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  2. I look forward to reading the book, Barb. You have a story to tell that will surely be helpful to so very many. Blessings to you.

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    • Thank you, Jan! Blessings to you as well, my friend.

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  3. My tummy is feeling the same way……out of pure joy and excitement for the release of this book!

    What I see and experience in viewing the trailer is your wisdom, courage and authenticity. You shine! Photoshop has nothing on you!!

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    • Thank you, Cheryl, for your support and enthusiasm. I’m all for authenticity… just wish it didn’t look so old 🙂

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  4. How touching, how powerful. This book NEEDS to be put out in the world. Thank you Barb for your talent, courage and strength in making it happen. Who knows how many families you will help.

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    • Thank you so much, Pamela, for your ongoing support and encouragement… and your talent!

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