Thursday, January 23, 2014

Featured Indie Book: The Ease of Access (Jeff Musillo)


The Ease of Access (Jeff Musillo)
Featured Indie Book on Indie Author News: Literary Fiction / Philosophy The Ease of Access by Jeff Musillo.

The Ease of Access exemplifies certain parts of contemporary society. The greed, the obsession, and the quest for 15 minutes of fame.

The Book has been self-published via Authorhouse and is available as eBook, Paperback, and Hardcover - 252 pages - released in December 2013.

About the Book

This is a story about a male prostitute who is hired out to service reality TV stars.

"The Love Is Gone." In this tell-all, our bored, apathetic and greedy narrator embarks on a mission to demolish his world by revealing the ins and outs of his former job as: Hollywood's Most Wanted Prostitute.

Does he feel superior? Does he feel remorse? Does he feel anything?

The Ease of Access (Jeff Musillo)
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Reviews (Excerpts)

- "This book is quite provocative, but it is with reason and purpose.
Thru the eyes of the main character (a prostitute for celebrities) the reader is exposed to the darkest thoughts of those with money, power, fame and greed. What does it really mean to "sell yourself"?
The writing flows very smoothly and makes you second guess how you view those who strive for 15 minutes of fame and reality tv superstardom.
It's scandalous, entertaining, and thought provoking."
- Kate (Amazon)

- "A book with interesting characters, and a story that keeps you wanting more.[...]" - Miguel P. Aguilera

- "This story was fluid and easy to follow. It forces us into the point of view of a unique and dynamic character. It is interesting, thought provoking, and definitely worth the read!" - Joe Schaefer

About the Author

Author Jeff Musillo
Author Jeff Musillo
Jeff Musillo is a published poet as well as a visual artist who works both on canvas and in digital format. He has had exhibits throughout New York and his artwork will be featured in the upcoming feature film The Heart Machine. He lives in Brooklyn.

With his film work, a short film that he acting in premiered at the Hoboken International Film Festival last year. Another short that he wrote, directed, and starred in was recently accepted and premiered at The Katra Film Series in Manhattan.

And with his artwork—Jeff has done exhibitions at Tom and Jerry's in NoHo, Greenpoint Gallery, Public Assembly in Brooklyn, The Empire Hotel, Bar Catalonia, The Red Circle Gallery, as well as a small private show in Chelsea that was filmed for The OWN Network. His artwork has been featured with Turntable Magazine and Aesthetics Magazine and some of his paintings were also used for the upcoming 2014 film The Heart Machine, starring John Gallagher Jr.

As for literature, along with The Ease of Access, a few months ago, his poem—Can you see that sound?—was published in the Houston-based Footnote Magazine. He also just signed a deal with the publishing house Civil Coping Mechanisms to release his existentialist novel in 2015. And his narrative non-fiction—Snapshot Americana—will be published by Roundfire Books in a few months.

The Ease of Access
The Ease of Access on Display
at Barnes & Noble (Midtown Manhattan)



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Link to the Hardcover The Ease of Access with Excerpt on Amazon

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The Ease of Access (Jeff Musillo)