Tune In Tomorrow
by Randee Dawn
Genre: Comedy Fantasy Romance
REALITY TV BLENDS WITH FANTASY IN THIS NEW HILARIOUS NOVEL BY VETERAN POP CULTURE WRITER RANDEE DAWN
"I thought I’d seen everything in the galaxy of reality TV, until Randee's book!"
– Andy Cohen, Host & Executive Producer, Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen,
and New York Times bestselling author
Starr Weatherby came to New York to become… well, a star. But after years of unsuccessful struggling, she’s offered a big role – on a show no one has ever heard of. An over 400-year-old reality TV/docusoap, Tune in Tomorrow is shot beyond the "Veil" by mythical creatures, stars humans – and "streams" out to a fanatical audience of fantastic creatures, who are positive that they are getting a peek into real human lives. And in a way, they are.
But Starr's transformation from astounded newcomer to fan favorite is hardly smooth: A desperate, devious diva wants her gone; a handsome Lothario's advances are suspect; her assistant is organizing a strike – and was her predecessor dropped into a bottomless pit? Starr vows to do whatever it takes to keep her dream job, but her struggle to save the show quickly becomes a fight… for her life.
ADVANCE PRAISE FOR TUNE IN TOMORROW
"Randee Dawn has single-handedly created a glittering new genre:
the Backstage Comedy Fantasy Romance — and I want more!"
– Ellen Kushner, World Fantasy Award-winning author of Swordspoint
"Few authors can open the door to another world as easily as you might turn on the TV, but Randee Dawn has the key and the remote control firmly in her hand. Flip through the fae and the grindylows, let her be your TV guide and psychopomp. You will find yourself howling at the gate for a rerun."
– Meg Elison, author of Number One Fan
Maryland-born Randee Dawn is now a Brooklyn-based entertainment journalist who scribbles about the glam world of entertainment by day, then spends her nights crafting wild worlds of fiction. She's a former editor at The Hollywood Reporterand Soap Opera Digest, and these days covers the wacky world of show business for Variety, The Los Angeles Times, Emmy Magazine and Today.com. Dawn's obsessive love of all things Law & Order led her to appear in one episode and later co-author The Law & Order SVU: Unofficial Companion. Her short fiction has appeared in numerous anthologies and online publications; she also dreams up trivia questions for BigBrain Games. Once a month she can be found hosting Rooftop Readings at Ample Hills Creamery in Brooklyn, and when not writing she's focused on her next travel destination, and hangs out with her wonderful, funny husband and fluffy Westie. She admits she reads way too many books and consumes far too many mangoes.