Book trailer: Traitor’s Knot Part 1

It’s launch day, everyone! I’m pleased to finally release the first part of my book trailer. Thank you to everyone who helped spread the news. When I started thinking about a book trailer, I immediately knew that I wanted to create a series. Since the story is told through two characters, James Hart and Elizabeth Seton, it’s only fair that each gets their own trailer.

Warning: This book trailer is rated “PR” (Pro-Royalist). 

Traitor’s Knot Part 1: IMG_1991 On January 30, 1649, King Charles I was executed by Parliament. Moderate MP’s against the proceedings were purged from Parliament and prevented from casting their vote. The result was a 17th Century military coup spearheaded by Oliver Cromwell. Part One introduces James Hart, a Royalist highwayman who is not prepared to accept Parliament’s rule. Hope you enjoy the video.

Stay tuned for Part 2! Follow my blog so as not to miss it!

Want to see previous clips? Check out Videos for the complete set.

About Cryssa Bazos

Historical fiction writer and 17th century enthusiast.
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8 Responses to Book trailer: Traitor’s Knot Part 1

  1. martinpallot says:

    Being “PR” myself, I absolutely LOVE this … brilliant work, great music and as far as the book is concerned, I would say a real “come on and buy me!” … Well done ! xx

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  4. Very well done, Cryssa! And thanks for your visit to my blog.

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