The Rumors Swirling About James Patterson (Story)

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Do you remember your first day on the job?

Engaging writer's first day on the job at James Patterson, Inc. He wants to make a good impression but it's not going to be as easy as he thought. If only he didn't lose his damn full stop.

Can the new writer avoid temptation and get with the program? More

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About Stefano Boscutti

STEFANO BOSCUTTI is an award-winning writer and director.

He loves stories about true mavericks and outsiders who want to change the world. Larger than life characters who either wildly succeed or go down in flames. (Often both at the same time.) Boscutti's stories are usually laced with humor and a ton of irony.

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Rapscallion reviewed on March 31, 2011

Ever wanted to write a best-selling book? Or part of a best-selling book? Or a sentence in a best-selling book? Or maybe just a full-stop?

Stefano Boscutti shows us how - with a fictional journey into the possibly fictional James Patterson's world of fiction.

It's his first day on the job, and there's a lot to learn. No talking, no notetaking, no swearwords (leave that to the profanity department), no interpunts (no, me neither!), no criticism, no smartasses. That's where Stefano could have a problem.

Will he make it through to the end of the day and find out what's behind the black door?

Glorious satire - and a highly recommended read.
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Joe Bruno reviewed on Oct. 28, 2010
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I enjoyed the piece as long as it went, but I think it would be a nice start for a longer one, a novella or maybe a full novel. Maybe in the horror genre, with the ghost of James Patterson as a serial killer.

The writer obviously has his way with words. Knows what he's doing. Quick. Witty.

But I just wanted more.

Is that too much too ask, Stefano??
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LC Cooper reviewed on Oct. 25, 2010

Well done! Witty and perfectly sarcastic. Would have liked to read more - wrapped up too quickly, the story seemed to run out of steam at the end. Still, a very entertaining read.
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Trove Books reviewed on Oct. 23, 2010

Ever wonder how bestselling author James Patterson churns out so many new books so fast? The truth is revealed in this witty exposé. It is pretty much the way I always imagined it. See for yourself...
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