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3/25 £2.84 “Reality Boulevard: A Hollywood Insider’s Satire Of Reality TV” by Melissa Jo Peltier

Ebook Deal of the Day: £2.84 “Reality Boulevard: A Hollywood Insider’s Satire Of Reality TV” by Melissa Jo Peltier

 Reality Boulevard: A Hollywood Insider's Satire Of Reality TV  by Melissa Jo Peltier

New York Times bestseller Melissa Jo Peltier turns her attention to the brilliant, back-stabbing world of prime-time television in this wickedly funny new novel. Peltier has worked in entertainment for more than 20 years, making the darkly funny Reality Boulevard a true insider’s view of Hollywood and some of America’s biggest shows. In it, we see Oscar-winning producer Marty Maltzman and his staff out of a job – and out on the streets – when long-running docu-series Lights and Sirens is unexpectedly axed. But the Hollywood the team now faces is full of Kardashiansand Real Housewives, and they need to survive in a world where it’s very hard to tell what’s true and what isn’t – both on and off screen. Oscar and Emmy winning documentarian and veteran reality producer (Big Brother, Rescue 911) Arnold Shapiro called the novel “the best satirical look behind the scenes of reality television ever written”, adding: “It contains more truth than you would believe.” Todd Milliner, producer of Grimm and Hot in Cleveland, said: “During her 20-plus years in the business, Melissa Jo Peltier had a front-row seat, watching it all unfold. In this novel, she puts her dry wit and storytelling ability to good use, pulling back the curtain to reveal what really goes on. Entertainment writer Reel Life with Jane says: ” Her characterizations and descriptions, in particular, are original and visceral, and the book is simply a fun and engaging read.”

Watch the Reality Blvd: “The Meeting”

Melissa Jo Peltier reads from her novel “Reality Boulevard.” In this scene, Oscar-winning producer Marty Maltzman and his agent, Zev, learn the kind of shows that cable networks are seeking these days.

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