America’s First Literary Reality Show

The Write Stuff is America’s First Literary reality show. The show will give an unknown a once-in-a-life time opportunity for a shot at the prize. Auditions on-line have begun auditions in person will begin in January 2009.
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Dec. 24, 2008 - PRLog -- The television world has been saturated with reality shows for models, singers, chefs, etc. Cyrus Webb of Shadow Play Entertainment and Zane Bell of Inovations, Inc. have created a reality television show to find the next best selling author. The show is called, The Write Stuff and it will be airing the Summer of 2009 on the CW Network.

Go to the website to learn how you can audition on-line or in person for the television show. Once you click on the above link you will find tabs that will show you where the auditions will be held in major cities such as Atlanta, Chicago,  and San Francisco , just to name a few. Judges of the show will include best selling authors, noted book reviewers, and publicist such as: J.L. King, Souleo, Dwan Abrams, Brian W. Smith, Joey Pinkney, and many, more.

Along with a one book deal from Hollygrove Publishing, the winner will also receive a detailed marketing plan created by NY Times Best Selling Author J.L. King, a feature article in several magazines, two years worth of representation from Shadow Play Entertainment's Publicist Department and much, much, more.

Ladies and gentleman, this is the real deal. Just envision the spirited American Idol type auditions meeting the intensity of the Top Chef cooking competition. One talented author is going to get the kind of jump start to his/her writing career that so many others never received. If you've had the dream of wanting to being an author, The Write Stuff is the perfect opportunity to pursue your dream...don't let your dream pass you by.

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