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The #Monday Movie #BookTrailer Swap! #Spotlight on #Author Barbara Ehrentreu @barbehr ~ Share YOUR #MusicMonday book trailer links here

Welcome to the latest Monday “Movie”  book trailer swap. The idea is simple. If you have you made a book trailer to promote your book – please leave the link in the comments section below, so my readers and I can pay you a visit and watch. Why? More views could lead to more book sales!

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P.S. This Monday I have also taken part in MUSIC MONDAY! See below for more info...

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Here’s today’s #MondayMovie Book Trailer Swap:

ABOUT THE BOOK

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If I Could Be Like Jennifer Taylor

by Barbara Ehrentreu (Goodreads Author)
 4.58  ·   Rating details ·  31 Ratings  ·  17 Reviews
Carolyn Samuels is obsessed with the idea of being popular. She is convinced that the only thing keeping her from happiness is her too heavy for fashion body and not being a cheerleader. Hyperventilating when she gets nervous doesn’t help. When she is paired for a math project with the girl who tormented her in middle school, Jennifer Taylor, she is sure it is going to be another year of pain. With Carolyn’s crush on Jennifer’s hunky junior quarterback, Brad, her freshman year in high school looks like a rerun of middle school.
When Jennifer is the only student who knows why she fell in gym class, Carolyn is blackmailed into doing her math homework in return for Jennifer’s silence. Jennifer takes on Carolyn as a pity project since she can’t be seen with someone who dresses in jeans and sweatshirts. When Jennifer invites Carolyn to spend the night to make her over and teach her to tumble, Carolyn learns Jennifer’s secret and lies to her own friends to cover it up.
Will Carolyn become a cheerleader and popular? Does she continue to keep Jennifer’s secret? Or will she be a target of this mean girl again?

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR, BARBARA EHRENTREU

Barbara Ehrentreu grew up in Brooklyn and moved to Queens. Currently she is retired from teaching and living in Stamford, CT with her family. She has lived and taught in Long Island, Buffalo, NY and Westchester, NY as well as a year in Los Angeles, CA. She has a Masters Degree in Reading and Writing K-12. If I Could Be Like Jennifer Taylor won second prize in Preditors & Editors as Best Young Adult Book for 2011. It was inspired by Paula Danziger for her children’s writing workshop at Manhattanville College. Her second book, After, which is also available now in print, considers what can happen to a teen when her father becomes ill with a heart attack. It is based on her own experiences when her husband had a heart attack and the aftermath of what she and her family experienced.

She is preparing the sequel to If I Could Be Like Jennifer Taylor. Barbara also writes poetry. She has a book called You’ll Probably Forget Me: Living With and Without Hal, which is a memorial to her deceased husband. Several of her poems are published in the anthologies,Poet’s Attic, Anthology II, World Poetry Open Mic, Prompted: An International Collection of Poetry, Beyond the Dark Room, Storm Cycle and Backlit Barbell. Barbara has a blog, Barbara’s Meanderings, and she hosts a radio show on Blog Talk Radio, Red River Radio Tales from the Pages, once a month. She is a member of Greenwich Pen Letters and SCBWI.

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MUSIC MONDAYMusic Monday

I’ve also chosen to cross post my Monday “Movie” Book Trailer Swap with the lovely lady Lauren @AlwaysMe (blog) Drew @The Tattooed Book Geek (blog) @SarcasticEnigma (Twitter) and musical maestro Mischenko @readrantrockandroll.com (blog) @J_Mischenko (Twitter). Here are the rules:
Every Monday share one or two of songs you’ve been enjoying lately.  It doesn’t have to be a specific genre, new, or one of your favourites – just something you’d like to share with others.  If possible, share a music or lyric video of the song and your thoughts on the song(s), artist(s), and/or music video(s).

I asked Barbara Ehrentreu to share her favourite songs – here are Barbara’s choices:

“Moon River”

“The Heart of the Matter”


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Check out past Monday Movie posts and all the great trailers already shared here. Indie authors are more than welcome!

Happy Monday! Let’s have fun and get through Mondays together!


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