PRLog - June 7, 2011 - WELLINGTON, New Zealand -- “It is especially pleasing because I received a personal thank you from Michelle Pillow for the MobileAdApp Product Placement (MAPP it) of her book Frost Maiden in the pilot, which my editor Tyler also approved.” John Reyer shares what he sees are the highlights for the seven day pilot that ran from Tuesday May 31st to Monday 6th June 2011.
John Reyer the Novice
The GUIOPERA stands for Graphical User Interface Opera, an online serial published at www.etfiction.com beginning September 5 and ending on Christmas Day with links in the story to music on YouTube to complete the work’s operatic flavor. It is also a product placement channel, through which the writer without a background in writing, finesses the brand—in this case a book title by published author Michelle M. Pillow—into the storyline without losing creative integrity in the process he calls “Narrative Marketing.”
The Novice, who remains unpublished in print but has developed a small following, says this year’s GUIOPERA “Novice Aspiration,”
As a member of LMLA-ink (composed of the creative team of Lazoo, Metofeaz, Le Mac, & Afamasaga), one of Afamasaga’s guises, the author writes himself into the story using a metafiction genre technique. He is also pleased that the plot of the End-to-End Saga, in which he and his characters are cast as operatives who use the story to pass top level confidential intelligence onto each other, is working out. “It was a long time coming,” he says.
John Reyer, the online producer, also admitted that the rumors are correct that he’s in the process of creating a reality TV concept he’s going to pitch to TV producers as a part of next year’s GUOPERA which will be written in New York. When asked whether the rumors were true, his comment was simply, “True story.”
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