Will innocence change to cynicism in the face of a cruel world? Is it possible to develop and keep our integrity in amoral surroundings?
NEW YORK (PRWEB) April 05, 2013
In his new novel “David Sunshine: A Novel of the Communications Industry” (published by AuthorHouse), author, playwright and actor Morrow Wilson presents readers with a story they’ll recognize from television: a young man, coming to the big city and discovering that his dreams and idols are not the shining examples he thought they were.
“David Sunshine” is a fact-based, fictionalized story of an innocent country boy, T.J. Brinkman, who comes to the city to make his name and fame in TV. He goes to work for the most famous and respected television producer in the industry – David Sunshine – only to discover him to be a fraud. The conflict between the hero’s idealism and the egotism and cynicism of those around him makes for a book that will make readers laugh, cry and discover hope for the human race.
Wilson knows this, his second novel, will appeal to readers. “It is the retelling of a myth that goes as far back as the ancient Greeks,” he says. “Will innocence change to cynicism in the face of a cruel world? Is it possible to develop and keep our integrity in amoral surroundings?”
By Morrow Wilson
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 178 pages | ISBN 9781477251904
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 178 pages | ISBN 9781477251898
E-Book | 178 pages | ISBN 9781477251911
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Morrow Wilson received his first rejection slip at age 14 and his first payment for his writing at 17. Since then his occupations have included novelist, playwright, columnist, reviewer, actor, singer, producer, broadcasting and publishing and advertising executive.
In the world of television he was the first associate producer of David Susskind’s talk show; then an independent producer of high quality TV, radio, stage and cabaret, and finally served as production chief of the CBS cable television network.
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