Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Meet Maria Savva, author of Delusion and Dreams

We all struggle to find our way. What you see isn't necessarily all there is. This collection takes you into the grey area, because the world is never just black and white.

Life is all about perspective. One person's delusion is another person's dream.

Includes five bonus stories.

About the book trailer:

Within my short story collection, Delusion and Dreams, there is a story titled ‘Delusion and Dreams’, in fact it’s a story in four parts. The two main characters in the story are Jack and Jessie. They were friends at college. When we meet them in the story, it’s 20 years later. This is a story of regret, love, obsession, and most of all it’s about dreams. My book trailer is all about that story.

I made the trailer using photographs from morguefile.com, a wonderful site where photographers allow people to use their photos for free.

The music for the trailer, is a haunting, reflective tune, which I thought suited the story well. I found the music on a site where the musician was giving away certain tracks free subject to a link to his website being added: http://www.pacdv.com/sounds 

I hope you enjoy the trailer.

Author Bio:

Maria Savva lives and works in London. She studied Law at Middlesex University and The College of Law. She is a lawyer, although not currently practicing law. She writes novels and short stories in different genres, including drama, psychological thriller, and family saga. Many of her books and stories are inspired by her years working as a lawyer, although she has not written a courtroom drama to date. Her most recent novel is Haunted, a crime fiction/psychological thriller. 

You can find Maria at the following…

Maria is also doing a giveaway! Enter for your chance to win one of 6 amazing prizes!

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  1. Thanks so much for being part of the blog tour, Savannah! :)

    1. You're very welcome! Best of luck with Delusion and Dreams!!

  2. Love the trailer, Maria! The music fits perfectly.

    1. Thank you, Darcia! Yes, it's such a nice tune. Amazing the great quality free tunes you can find for these types of projects :)