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When Wes Hartley gets fired from his job as a video game designer, he is pushed to tryout for a starring role in a tween Revolutionary Epic. Now he’s going from self-prescribed nerd to unlikely leading man, and two of Hollywood’s hottest actresses are vying for his affection, but Wes has to be careful. His Alpha-male co-star will stop at nothing to maintain his #1 status. ...more
Paperback, 1, 126 pages
Published December 13th 2011 by Createspace
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Alex Harris
Feb 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Recommends it for: romantic comedy lovers.
I wrote it, so I'm biased, but it still makes me laugh so I think that's a good sign.
Mar 04, 2012 rated it liked it
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I won a e-copy of this in a giveaway (lucky me because I was interested by the story blurb). This is the first novelogue I have read and I have to say I liked the style. Having read plays and done scriptwork in the past I am very familiar with reading the scene setting and dialogue as used in the story so that wasn't distracting for me (as I know it can be for others). I also liked that I was able to use my own imagination for most of the scenes and characters. While the book cover gave me Wes, ...more
Chayse Sundt
Feb 18, 2012 rated it really liked it
Okay being asked to read this book was an honor for me at first. I didn't know what a novelogue was until I opened the book to its first page. Was I caught by surprise. The way the book was written was a thing I didn't know if I was going to be able to get used to. However, that didn't stop me and overall I loved the book.

I liked how the the main character switched roles going from video game designer to next big time actor. Total life switched. He had some hard time starting out especially with
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Alex Harris (a.k.a Alex Schattner) is a writer/illustrator who tries to live his life like a Frank Capra hero: honest, positive, and appreciative. Why? Because he's cheesy like that.

He was Born and raised in New York, studied creative writing at Sarah Lawrence College, and graduated from Wash. U. in St. Louis with a B.A. in English Literature ('10). Now he's back in New York and writing with total
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