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Andrew Oyé

Andrew Oye is a journalist, author, screenwriter, and media specialist. A graduate of Stanford and Vanderbilt Universities, he currently lives in Hollywood, California, where he works on TV, film, entertainment, creative, media, and marketing projects.
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A sexy, psychological thriller about what happens when sweet romance turns sour . . . Groomed for the good life by his affluent family, rebellious Thaddeus Carmichael has a new MBA and a spicy new vision for his future. Unfortunately, he is also embroiled in a power struggle with the lady in his life—the ever-fabulous, ever-ambitious Chelsea Fuller. She wants a perfect marriage. He wants artistic freedom. Thad insists “happily ever after” is a state of mind, and he questions the...
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Andrew Oyé
Q. Do you have one sentence of advice for new writers?

A. Write to tell not to sell. (Write, first, to "tell a story" not to "sell a book.")

Q. Is there a book you love to reread?

A. my own book of dreams

Q. Where did you go to high school and/or college?

A. Vanderbilt U + Stanford U

Q. What is your favorite television show?

A. I like music videos & interview shows.

Author Voices

February 08, 2012

Andrew Oye's Adventures in Media, Sports & Entertainment

-Developing scripts for TV show pilots & feature film pitches

August 25, 2010

In these modern times, many creators wallow in a constant struggle at the intersection where art meets commerce. Much art is left unseen or unheard -- not because it is unworthy, but -- because the commercial powers of distribution are unaware or unsupportive of it. To be clear, "undiscovered" art is, nonetheless, still art; it is simply uncelebrated...in a celebrity-obsessed culture such as ours.

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