Florida Author Hires HuB Studios to Create a Video Trailer For Young Adult Novel

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Cloverleaf Corporation has hired HuB Studios to create and promote a video trailer for the first book in the Award Winning Montooth Book Series. It is being timed to coincide with the autumn publication date of the third book in the Montooth quintet, Montooth 3: Red Cross of Gold.

Montooth and the Canfield Witch

This video will be a lot of fun to produce with local actors, quick edits and locations that highlight where the book is set, in Sarasota FL

Southwest Florida—Cloverleaf Corporation has hired 360 Degrees and HuB Studios to create and promote a video trailer for the first book in the Award Winning Montooth Book Series. It is being timed to coincide with the autumn publication date of the third book in the Montooth quintet, Montooth 3: Red Cross of Gold.

Montooth Books are written by accomplished businessman, Award Winning author and Anna Maria Island, FL resident Robert Jay, who has sold more than 20,000 books in his series, worldwide. HuB studios will cast, direct and produce a professional video trailer of the first book, Montooth and the Canfield Witch, to be released this fall. “We are very excited for this project,” said Lucas Colavecchio, President of HuB Studios. “We plan on casting all local actors and using very familiar places around Sarasota and Manatee Counties for our locations to set the tone of old Florida in the book that is set in East Sarasota and Tampa in the 1950’s.”

The first of five books in the Carty Andersson young adult series is a 441-page novel, centered on the fable of Montooth, a massive alligator born thinking he was a duck. Montooth and the Canfield Witch begins with the spirited 14-year-old female main character leading her male friends on a heart-thumping journey through the Florida swamps near Sarasota, FL in 1950. Deep in the swamp, they discover the last descendant of a family chased out of Salem, Massachusetts by Seventeenth Century witch hunters. The recluse now thought of as a witch by many townspeople, is being dogged by a band of treasure hunters, under the impression that there are riches on her property. Carty, the main character and an accomplished young archer, leads her crew on an adventurous journey to protect the recluse.

“This video will be a lot of fun to produce,” said Colavecchio. “We plan on using a lot of action shots and quick edits and are currently looking to cast all of the roles.” 360 Degrees PR & Marketing will promote the video during and after its production through social media, and Cloverleaf Corporation will display the video in mall kiosks and bookstores during the holidays to promote the series. Anyone interested in auditioning for the trailer should contact 360candice(at)gmail(dot)com.

Montooth Books are available through the official Montooth website http://www.montoothbooks.com and on Amazon, as well as on Kindle as e-books.    
About the author: When Robert Jay’s children were young, he read to them nearly every evening. As they grew older, his daughter preferred stories “from his own head.” Shortly after Christmas in 1989, he was finishing up a three-year assignment in West Germany while his family had already relocated back to the United States. Over a couple of lonely evenings, he penned a short children’s story “from his own head” and mailed it to his daughter. Nearly 20 years later, that little handwritten tale became the inspiration for The Legend of Montooth, which evolved into the novel, Montooth and the Canfield Witch.

Awards for Montooth and the Canfield Witch include: Florida Writers Association Royal Palm Literary Award for Historical Fiction, Young Voices Foundation Award for Young Adult Fiction, Young Voices Foundation Award for Adult Fiction, Young Voices Foundation Award for Young Adult Mystery/Suspense, and was ranked #1 on the My Magazine for Girls Teen Book List.

Awards for Montooth 2: Race for the Ryland Ruby: Young Voices Foundation Award for Young Adult Fiction. Young Voices Foundation Award for Young Adult Southeast Regional Fiction. Young Voices Foundation Seal of Approval for Adult Fiction. Young Voices Foundation Seal of Approval for Historical Fiction.

Robert Jay holds a business degree from Kent State University and an MBA from the University of Indianapolis. A twenty-four year international banker, he presided over the 135-branch US Military Banking system in West Germany, Holland and Greece during the years immediately before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Since 1992, he has been the president of a national highway safety company in Florida and he holds a number of patents for safety devices on roads. He resides with his wife, Hildegard, on Anna Maria Island where they entertain five grandchildren as often as possible. He looks forward to when they are old enough to read the fables in his books! For more information, go to http://www.montoothbooks.com

About HuB Studios: HuB Studios is a full service professional video production and editing studio in Sarasota, FL. HuB studios has created four popular Webisodez including http://www.politicallypersonal.com , http://www.threekitcheneers.com , http://www.artwhisperer.tv and http://www.saratopia.com and has also produced dozens of television commercials, promotional videos and movie trailers. HuB studios is owned and operated by The HuB, in Sarasota, a creative and collaborative space and community where entrepreneurs come together to develop ideas and contribute toward building a new economy and culture. The HuB started in the Summer of 2009 and over the past three years has evolved into a thriving economic and social engine that has supported over fifty entrepreneurs, launched twelve businesses and launched eight major campaigns to support creative change in Sarasota, Florida.
For more information go to http://www.hubsarasota.com

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