"Dawn balances over-the-top drama and comedy with genuine intrigue to create a fun story with plenty of heart. Fans of Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett will want to snatch this up."
"Tune in Tomorrow is an excellent read if you’re looking for something to make you smile; a story that holds a mirror up to a shallow surface and shows us the depths lurking on the other side; and well worth your time."
"If Douglass Adams and Terry Pratchett tried to write a soap opera, they still couldn’t come up with the absurdity of Dawn’s newest novel. [...] Dawn is a master of fantasy satire"
"Dawn combines her love of showbiz glam and whimsical creatures to create a funny, fantastical world in which readers experience the satire behind the phrase 'the show must go on.'"
"A funny, thrilling and mysterious adventure into the alternate world of reality television, Tune in Tomorrow is perfect for fans of Jasper Fforde, Terry Pratchett, and Christopher Moore."
"I thought I’d seen everything in the galaxy of reality TV, until Randee's book!"
Andy Cohen, Host / Executive Producer, Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and New York Times bestselling author
"Randee Dawn has single-handedly created a glittering new genre: the Backstage Comedy Fantasy Romance — and I want more!"
Ellen Kushner, World Fantasy Award-winning author of Thomas the Rhymer and Swordspoint
"Randee Dawn's Tune in Tomorrow is a wild ride through the world of reality TV, Faerie style. It’s a satire and a romance (of a sort) and a fairytale and a mystery, full of characters I loved (and loved to hate) and situations that had me biting my nails. It’s also hilariously funny."
World Fantasy Award nominee Delia Sherman, author of The Porcelain Dove and The Evil Wizard Smallbone
"Tune in Tomorrow is a joyride. It takes you on a journey into the make believe world of a soap opera. It dives in and out of what could possibly be fantasy or in fact is reality. As with the sands of time, as you Search for Tomorrow, or you are feeling Young and Restless, get lost in the adventures of Starr and be taken over by all that is Tune in Tomorrow."
Emmy-nominated actor Gregory Zarian
"Dawn's Tune in Tomorrow is a ton of fun with a lot of heart, charming characters, and devilish foes. And it's funny as hell."
Zin E. Rocklyn, author of Flowers for the Sea
"Few authors can open the door to another world as easily as you might turn on the TV, but Randee Dawn has the key and the remote control firmly in her hand. Flip through the fae and the grindylows, let her be your TV guide and psychopomp. You will find yourself howling at the gate for a rerun."
Meg Elison, author of Number One Fan