Rose’s Will Book Trailer
Synopsis: It’s never too late to be a good mother. At least, that’s what lesbian, Glory D’Orsi, hopes when her estranged, abusive mother Rose gets a terminal illness. She enlists Ricky, her reluctant brother, to facilitate a family summit, hoping to bury the past and forgive, but Rose is impenetrable. Her funeral becomes a breeding ground for family unrest with a bizarre cast of colorful characters who have little regard for the deceased. Only one mourner among them sheds tears for the woman in the coffin – a Bulgarian Holocaust survivor with a story, a secret, and a huge capacity for unconditional love.
Rose’s Will by Denise DeSio is a book that could be worth your time, or at least that’s what I get from the book trailer. The trailer is well made in that it is easy to follow, doesn’t make you feel lost, and gives you a taste of the book. Best of all, it makes you […]
Rose’s Will by Denise DeSio is a book that could be worth your time, or at least that’s what I get from the book trailer. The trailer is well made in that it is easy to follow, doesn’t make you feel lost, and gives you a taste of the book. Best of all, it makes you want to know more. I don’t like the quality of the trailer, but for a low budget trailer it does a great job. I’ve seen higher budget book trailers do far less than this shorty does. I’d recommend reading the synopsis and then checking out the Goodreads ratings (which are pretty impressive).
About Denise DeSio
Denise DeSio was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and graduated from Brooklyn College with a BA in education and a full Masters course in English Literature. She is a member of the Arizona Author’s Association and the recipient of the notable Soroptimist Award for her essay writing.
Denise has two wonderful children in their thirties. She moved to Phoenix with her life partner in 1993, but she still considers herself a New Yorker. Rose’s Will, her debut novel, has elicited numerous 5-star reviews.
When she’s not writing, reading, glued to the computer or belting one out on the karaoke machine, she’s addicted to puttering. The necessity to call a repair person feels like a personal failure, so there’s usually a pile of nuts and bolts formally known as a household appliance on her workbench.
Diagnosed with breast cancer in October of 2012, she underwent a complete mastectomy and will be in chemotherapy until August of 2013, but nothing could put a smile on her face faster than a new fan! Drop her a line.