The #Monday Movie #BookTrailer Swap! #Spotlight on Author Erato ~ Share YOUR book trailer links here #MusicMonday #MusingMonday #MondayMotivation

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


The Cut of the Clothes: A Story of Prinny and Beau Brummell

historical, drama, comedy, literary fiction, British, 19th century, 18th century

by Erato (Goodreads Author)
 4.5  ·  Rating details ·  Ratings  ·  Review
If clothes make the man —
what is left when he undresses?

Beau Brummell is the king of fashionable society, a fact which torments the eldest son of Mad King George, who would do anything to be the master of the mode. With the help of his secret Catholic wife and Dick the Dandy-Killer, the rakish Prince has everything required to ruin his rival fashionisto. Will His Royal Highness survive the obsession, or will he be destroyed by his own yearning to outdo the Beau?

This honest tale of the Georgian/Regency era reveals the charm and cattiness of the two “first gentlemen” of one of history’s best-dressed moments. From Brummell’s ditzy quips of “Brummelliana” to the Prince’s overdramatic lamentations, the reader is sure to be swept up in a sparkling and humorous world of fashion, passion and jealousy.



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Erato Erato is the name of the Muse of Lyric Poetry. It means “Lovely” in Ancient Greek. Author Erato also liked that it suggests books which take one to another Era.


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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 (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).

Sassy: Do you have a playlist?

Erato: I often associate Mozart’s overture to Apollo et Hyacinthus with this story, and I did listen to it at times during the composition. I listened to a great deal of Mozart when writing Cut of the Clothes.

Monday Motivation: 

Sassy: I find it’s absolutely amazing Mozart was only 12 when he composed this!! It’s so hard for me to take in. Whether you’re a classical music fan or not, that fact alone is awesome. What a genius he was!
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Author: Sassy Brit, Author Assistant

Founder and Owner of author personal and virtual assistant. Editor and reviewer for #altread since 2005.

6 thoughts on “The #Monday Movie #BookTrailer Swap! #Spotlight on Author Erato ~ Share YOUR book trailer links here #MusicMonday #MusingMonday #MondayMotivation

  1. Happy Music Monday, Here’s a link to my picture book trailer (it’s my most recent book Lost! A Caribbean Sea Adventure) My YouTube channel though is AntiguanWriter and in the spirit of Music Monday, it also lists playlists for two characters (Shaka and Zahara from my teen/young adult novel Musical Youth. Thanks for the Mozart. I’ll be sure to check out all the sub-links as soon as I can.

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