"My Life Uncovered": Comedic Expose on Hollywood Film Industry

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My Life Uncovered (http://mylifeuncovered.com/) releases a 2nd edition this October. Readers will be entertained by this funny Hollywood expose comedy novel about a quirky, honest, naïve young woman who comes to LA to write the great American movie and inadvertently writes the great American, uh, romance inside a Tootsie-esque adventure.

My Life Uncovered releases its 2nd Edition with new content and a sponsored cover for this funny, compelling, career-discovery novel about a woman as straitlaced and quirky as Elle Woods (protagonist in Legally Blonde) who finds herself tossed into the heart of the film industry in a Tootsie-esque adventure. The story is smartly couched inside a comedy and expresses genuine truths about how our careers sometimes find us rather than the other way around as we follow Laura Taylor, a naive writer who comes to LA determined to write the great American screenplay only to inadvertently write the great American adult movie. In an Alice in Wonderland-like odyssey, Laura becomes an impartial observer of the rabbit hole into which she falls as she is introduced to a strange new world.

The novel's new cover includes a presentation credit "brought to you by Adam and Eve" and there are inserted offers that provide a new world into publishing. "This is a perfect blend of brand integration where our biggest budgeted adult movie, 'Search for the Snow Leopard' is part of the cover art and the storyline. I think novelist and brand strategist Isenberg has come up with a very clever way to extend brands," Chad Davis, Director of Marketing, Adam and Eve.

This E! Hollywood fictional memoir was inspired by the author's real life research in writing a romance for the Playboy Channel twenty years ago which unbeknownst to her was adapted into an adult movie only to become an overnight sensation. That movie, Things Change, is as highly acclaimed and revered as the novel claims it to be. "Things Change Part I and Part II remains one of the highest grossing films to date and helped revolutionize the adult industry by recognizing a new market -- heterosexual couples," says Ken Guarino, the former top executive of Metro Media, and who after one real life meeting with the author inspired the beloved character of Mickey Colucci, the one person who truly recognizes and rewards Laura Taylor for her writing talents. "I knew Laura was talented," stated Guarino, "she wrote exciting scripts that were both interesting and enticing to both sexes."

In addition to real life award winning movies expertly integrated into the plotline, there is also real life merchandise seamlessly woven into the story. Plus the website offers an original song adapted from the novel by pop musician Jill Sobule. All of this is executed with a light hearted approach which pokes fun at the upside down nature of sister-film industries; wherein Laura Taylor finds more honesty and morals in the adult film industry than in the legitimized Hollywood version.

Readers follow Laura Taylor as she creates groundbreaking adult movies with storylines that inspire equality and family values with positive life-changing effects on the lives of the characters that watch them. Indeed, the reviews of the movies in the novel cleverly mirror real life reviews that describe them as "a thinking person's adult classic" and which "give dignity to its characters heretofore unequalled in adult entertainment." At the point where the reader wishes to watch the "fictitious" movies, there are invitations in the form of brand integrated ads that provide the opportunity to do so and acquire the items laced inside the book at as much as a 50% discount via promotional codes as well as hyperlinks to the real life companies who produced the movies. These ads allow the reader to enjoy the story beyond its two dimensional setting and creates an unconventional way of appreciating literature.

In Laura Taylor's quest to become a successful writer, her life spirals out of control as her realities become entangled and require a double identity that sooner or later must come unraveled. Novelist and brand strategist Isenberg does an excellent job of challenging convention in publishing and entertainment, by lifting preconceived notions about two film industries to reveal a fresh and unusual perspective on writing and entrepreneurship, making it an enticing and hilarious expose. Available at Amazon, Kindle, Barnes and Noble, Scribd.com, Adobe eReaders.

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