Mark Keys spent over two decades as a television producer and executive, traveling around the globe, so it was only natural that he has turned his life into a book that walks a fine line between fact and fiction.
“I’ve had such a unique career that I felt that other people would be interested in these stories and these characters,” he said of the book he independently published (available on Amazon since July). While this is his first book, he has written for television for more than 25 years. The book, “SIN,” takes its double-meaning title for the airport code for Singapore, where the story is set. Rife with hedonism, it’s all one might expect of a behind-the-scenes tale of the entertainment industry: sex, drugs, rock and roll and a whole lot more. Written from the vantage point of an industry insider, the book paints a portrait of the lavish lifestyle of an expatriate in Asia and the difficulty of finding love in the New York minute-paced world of show business. It’s also about redemption.