Wednesday, August 31, 2011


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Thursday, August 11, 2011


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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Author photos like you've never seen them before

How do you do author photos for an author whose identity is a secret? Well, as I learned, you can do ANYTHING and they are fun on a level that is full of adolescence and youth.

These photos I did for middle grade writer, Pseudonymous Bosch, were so much fun to do and we had a blast being goofy!

Check them out and tell me what you think!




Monday, April 25, 2011

Book Trailer for Melissa de la Cruz's WITCHES OF EAST END

I really wanted to share with you a really exciting book trailer that recently premiered on Entertainment Weekly's Shelf Life Blog and I wanted to share it with you here as well.

I had so much fun working with Melissa once again and I really hope you all enjoy the book as much as I enjoyed reading and working on it!

It’s the beginning of summer in North Hampton, and beautiful Freya Beauchamp is celebrating her engagement to wealthy Bran Gardiner, the heir to Fair Haven and Gardiners Island. But Freya is drawn to Bran’s gorgeous but unreliable brother Killian, and sparks fly when the two decide to play a dangerous game, following an ancient story of love, betrayal and tragedy that harks back to the days of Valhalla. Witches of East End follows the Beauchamp family—the formidable matriarch Joanna and her daughters Freya and Ingrid. Freya, a sexy bartender, has a potion to cure every kind of heartache, while Ingrid, the local librarian, solves complicated domestic problems with her ability to tie magical knots. Joanna is the witch to see when modern medicine has no more answers; her powers can wake the dead. Everything seems to be going smoothly until a young girl, Molly Lancaster, goes missing after taking one of Freya’s irresistible cocktails. As more of the town’s residents begin disappearing, everyone seems to have the same suspects in mind: the Beauchamp women. Fraught with love, small-town secrets, and witchcraft, Witches of East End will capture any reader who craves a page-turning, heart-stopping story of myth and magic from an author who knows how to deliver.

Friday, April 22, 2011

I feel like I need to catch up...

So I've been MIA from my blog. Though I wish I could say the same for twitter, where I've been on constantly and keep it updated. So if you find yourself missing me, head on over to TWITTER and follow me @ReverieBR..

But, I should at least apologize, and catch you up, right?
Well I've been trying to graduate. With any luck I'll be done by Tuesday. Which mean I am procrastinating right now and NOT doing my work, ie my portfolio and studying for finals. But what's new, right? Typical, Vania.

But I have been super busy work wise. I was recently in LA and shot some reaaaaaallly cool stuff I can't wait to share. Been shooting like mad some trailers and while some are out, others will be coming out shortly.

I will start with a quick update on this massive campaign Simon & Schuster, Cassandra Clare and I did. If by any chance you haven't heard of it, check out all the cool videos we did.

Also, recently the trailers for Lauren Destefano's WITHER was released and Hannah Moskowitz's Invincible Summer. Check them out below.

Some exciting news.... Melisse de la Cruz's WITCHES OF EAST END book trailer will premiere on EW.com's Shelflife blog. Make sure to keep your eyes peeled. So excited to share that one with you!

Speaking of rad authors, I recently did an interview with oh, so lovely Lisa McMann, author of the Wake Trilogy and the recent Cryer's Cross and forthcoming Unwanteds.
Check it out...

Anyways, stay tuned for some exciting trailers coming soon... and other goodies I can't share yet.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Teen Author Carnival!!!! Guess who's going....

Ok well aside from me...

I am so thrilled to announce a few of the wonderful authors who'll entertain at this year's Teen Author Carnival!

If you haven't heard of TAC then you must check this out if you're in NYC on Monday May 23rd. Those going to BEA... this is a must!

So without further ado....

1. Carol Estby Dagg - The Year We Were Famous

2. Nova Ren Suma - Imaginary Girls

3. Carrie Jones - Need, After Obsession, Dear Bully

4. Scott Tracey - Witch Eyes

5. David Levithan - Every You, Every Me

6. Melissa Walker - Small Town Sinners

7. Michelle Hodkin - The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer

8. Elizabeth Scott - Between Here and Forever & As I Wake

Teen Author Carnival: Monday, May 23rd 2011

Follow @AuthorCarnival for more updates, news and information re: TAC!

Location: Mulberry Street Library

10 Jersey Street (Between Lafayette & Mulberry Streets)

New York, NY 10012-3332

Make sure to check out Kristi at the Story Siren announcing another great lineup of awesome authors who'll be attending this year's Teen Author Carnival!

And on Saturday, visit Novel Thoughts for the rest!

You excited? Will you be there? Mark your calendars and don't miss this awesome!