TALK TO ROGER L. SIMON
Author Of THE GOAT
PUBLIUS GUEST AUTHOR: Roger L. Simon is author of the new novel THE GOAT and was the Co-Founder of PJMedia.
TIME FOR CONSERVATIVES TO BUILD THEIR OWN HOLLYWOOD?
Did anyone believe “Will & Grace” stars Debra Messing and Eric McCormack when they backtracked on their demand Hollywood supporters of Donald Trump attending the President’s coming Beverly Hills fundraiser be outed and consequently blacklisted from The Industry?
Messing and McCormack claimed they were “misunderstood.” How isn’t clear. Actually, they were demonstrating some needed CYA, especially when such a “progressive” blue blood as Whoopi Goldberg criticized them for going overboard in a democratic country.
In truth, Whoopi was probably panicked the duo was letting the cat too far out of the proverbial bag about what most of Hollywood, including her, really thought. Trump Derangement Syndrome in Tinseltown is simply around the bend and back and around the bend again…and again.
ABOUT NOVEL: Whatever happened to Dan Gelber – the divorced screenwriter who journeyed to Nepal in his seventies only to plunge to his death off of Mt. Everest? And just who is Jay Reynolds – the mysterious twenty-year-old tennis prodigy who appears out of nowhere to battle Rafael Nadal at the French Open and Roger Federer at Wimbledon and become the new hope of American tennis, possibly “the greatest of all time.”
PLUG BOOK: www.amazon.com/Goat-Roger-L-Simon/dp/0578513978/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1567654281&sr=1-1
BIO: Roger L. Simon is the author of thirteen books, eleven fiction and two non-fiction. These include the eight Moses Wine detective novels that have been nominated for multiple awards and translated in over a dozen languages. The first in the series, THE BIG FIX, was made into a film starring Richard Dreyfuss for which Simon, also a screenwriter, wrote the script. His other screen credits include BUSTIN’ LOOSE with Richard Pryor, SCENES FROM A MALL with Bette Midler and Woody Allen and A BETTER LIFE. Simon was nominated for an Academy Award for his adaptation of Isaac Singer’s ENEMIES, A LOVE STORY directed by Paul Mazursky. He has written articles for the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the New York Post, City Journal and Real Clear Politics, among others, and appeared on talk radio and cable TV as a commentator. In 2004, he co-foun