Rock, Paper, Scissors [NOOK Book]

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Beverly Hill-Moore attempts to expose the implosion of interpersonal relationships in her latest book, Tick Tock. As set forth in her mission statement, ?we are a society obsessed with all things pleasurable and intolerant of any person place or thing that get in our way. People are crossing the Rubicon without any thought or consideration to those left behind. If this epidemic of emotional apathy continues, we as a society are doomed from the ...
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Rock, Paper, Scissors

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Overview

Beverly Hill-Moore attempts to expose the implosion of interpersonal relationships in her latest book, Tick Tock. As set forth in her mission statement, “we are a society obsessed with all things pleasurable and intolerant of any person place or thing that get in our way. People are crossing the Rubicon without any thought or consideration to those left behind. If this epidemic of emotional apathy continues, we as a society are doomed from the womb to the tomb.”

Addington Moore, her husband of nearly a decade lives in the moment. He has to - it’s his job as the creator and executive producer of the hit show “IT” which is responsible for keeping its viewers hip to all things “IT.” Unbeknownst to Beverly, he’s doing it with Sasha, the host of the show. He belongs to a growing number of undiagnosed sex addicts. This addiction usually comes to light after one is caught with their pants down. It’s not his fault. He has a disease. Addington loves Beverly yet at the same time he is addicted to the beaver.

A chance exchange with a Hindi chauffeur leads to Beverly’s fateful choice of Bali, Indonesia as their anniversary celebration destination. It’s not so nice in paradise when secrets are revealed and a day trip turns into a search and rescue.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012709578
  • Publisher: Valerie Scott
  • Publication date: 11/20/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 203 KB

Meet the Author

Valerie Scott is a former Warner Bros. Studio staff publicist and currently freelance as a writer and publicist. She has written numerous screenplays, two of which won the title of best screenplay at the Moondance Film Festival and the Broad Humor Film Festival. Rock, Paper, Scissors was selected as a semi-finalist in the 2008 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award competition.

She is a native of Los Angeles, California, and a graduate of the University of Southern California with a degree in Communication Arts and Sciences. Valerie was the recipient of the Guy Alexander Hanks-Marvin Miller Screenwriting Fellowship Program sponsored by Dr. Bill Cosby at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinema & Television and is a Writers Boot Camp Alumni.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 15, 2010

    a wonderful book

    Terrific book. The writer!s wit and style are unique and yet completely relatable. I highly recommend adding Rock, Paper, Scissors to your library.

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