Made for TV

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Johnnie Walker is out of rehab, decent shampoo, and options. Now, armed with only her best friend's support and curative '80s music, she's fighting to mend her reputation and stay sober while navigating Hollywood with her hapless business partners. Nagging doubts, contemptuous executives, and a debilitating obsession are fraught with emotional peril that could derail Johnnie's resurrection. More

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About Kate Rosin

Kate Rosin's editorial background includes serving as a regional editor for the parenting website, a news officer in the Office of News and Public Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania, an assistant editor with the New England Board of Higher Education, and a production manager for Morgan-Rand Publishing. She also spent several years working as both a counselor and a program manager in various group homes for mentally ill adults.

Ms. Rosin has had articles published in the "Philadelphia Daily News," "Connection: New England's Journal of Higher Education and Economic Development," and In its original incarnation as half-hour sitcom, her novel, "Made for TV," was a finalist in the 2006 Scriptapalooza International Television Writing Competition. Excerpts of time she shared with the mentally ill residents of a group home in Massachusetts are recounted in her unpublished non-fiction narrative, "Crazy Eight."

A native of the Philadelphia area, Ms. Rosin currently works as a Development Coordinator in the Office of College Advancement at Harcum College. She resides in Wayne, Pennsylvania, with her husband and two daughters.


Review by: Leith Mondry on Oct. 11, 2012 :
This is a fabulously fun book that will have you rocking along with your own internal 80s soundtrack as you wince and laugh your way through Johnnie's attempts at putting her life back on the right track.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Kathryn Kristofik on Oct. 10, 2012 :
Made for TV is a delicious comic confection, and Rosin plays with language like it's a giant tinker toy. She's a kinder, gentler, FUNNIER Diablo Cody. Someone give this woman a TV show!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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