The Remedy For Love Book Trailer

categories: Cocktail Hour / Movies / Reading Under the Influence


I made it myself! Let me know what you think…

Publication day is October 14.  And then I go on the road–please come say hello.  I’d love to meet you. Here’s the schedule so far:

Tuesday, October 14th, 7 p.m: Longfellow Books, Portland, Maine LAUNCH PARTY!

Thursday, October 16th, 7 p.m: Jesup Library, Bar Harbor, Maine

Friday, October 17th, 7 p.m:  Emery Center, UMF, Farmington, Maine HOMETOWN LAUNCH!

Wednesday, October 22, Noon:  Portland Public Library (A different program altogether from the Longfellow evening)

Thursday, October 23, 7 p.m: Lithgow Public Library, Augusta, Maine (Capitol Reads program)

Friday, October 24th, 7 p.m:  Magers and Quinn Books,  Minneapolis, MN [A Whiskey Tour event!]

Saturday, October 25th and 26th, Texas Book Festival, Austin, TX [A Whiskey Tour event!]

Monday, October 27th, 8 p.m: Books and Books, Coral Gables, FL [A Whiskey Tour event!]

Thursday, October 30th, 6 p.m: Watermark Books, Wichita Kansas

Saturday, November 1st, 2 p.m: Lighthouse Writer’s Workshop, Denver, CO

Tuesday, November 4th, 7:30 p.m: Book Bar, Denver, CO

Wednesday, November 5th, 7:30 p.m: Booksmith, San Francisco, CA

Thursday, November 6th, 7 p.m: Rakestraw Books, Danville, CA

Monday, November 10th, 7:30 PM: Powell’s Books (Hawthorne), Portland, OR 97214

Tuesday, November 11th, 6 p.m: University Books, Bellevue, WA

Monday, November 17th, 7:00 p.m:  Talking Leaves Books, Buffalo, NY

Tuesday, November 18th, 7:00 p.m:  RiverRun Books, Portsmouth, NH 03801

Monday, November 24th, 7:15 p.m: Georgia Center for the Book at DeKalb County Public Library

Tuesday, November 25th, 7:00 p.m: Politics and Prose Washington, DC


  1. Bud Laurent writes:

    I have to agree with those who think the sound of the wind is too shrieky. the only place I can imagine moderate speed wind sounding this way is blowing through a field of guy wires or the shrouding on a ship. don’t know what you intended, but I find the sound grating instead of forlorn, which wind is often supposed to represent.

  2. Bill, I like the cadence of your voice and, having spent time with you, can well picture your stance and the way you hold your head. Lovely. I was right there with you until the wind escalated.It sounded like immature ghosts practicing their howling in a tin can. Distracting at first, then really annoying.

  3. Dave writes:

    Just saw it Bill. Perfect. Love it. But is there snow in the book?

  4. Bill Lundgren writes:

    beautiful, just like the book…

    • Bill writes:

      Thanks, Bill… Something very unsettling about looking at all the snow footage from last winter while I worked…

  5. Tony writes:

    Nicely done, Bill! Loved the slowly building whine of the wind, but especially the sound of you reading your words.

  6. Ryder Ziebarth writes:

    I love it. And yes, sometimes the wind is too loud. I am going to send this off to ACK Book Fest.

    • Bill writes:

      Thanks, Ryder. I agree about the wind. It was perfect in studio, so I have something to learn about moving sound to YouTube…

  7. Suzanne LeRoy writes:

    Beautifully done – love the sounds of the wild, the beautiful snowy woods and the
    incredible voice over.

  8. Susanna writes:

    I really like it, especially the word choice of “naked” cassette tapes, and that we get to see your beautiful stove at the end. On my phone, at least, I would do well to have the wind sounds dialed back just a little bit so I can more clearly hear the voice reading.

    • Bill writes:

      Ooh, thanks, I noticed that naked while I was reading and liked it, too… The sound is terrible on my phone, too, and even online. Perfect in studio, so something has to shift in the translation to YouTube…