Author Highlight: Dee Dee Scott

Today’s Author Highlight is Author and Playwright Dee Dee M. Scott

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Award-winning playwright and director, Dee Dee M. Scott is making a name for herself in the business with her vivid imagination and creative writing. In 2011, Scott exploded onto the scene with her Stage play- My Husband’s Woman, which toured South Carolina, and is based on her book. Within a month after the show premiered, it was brought back by popular demand and continues to successfully tour.

In 2013, Scott was named as one of the 30 women considered to be very influential in a positive way for the generation Y women by: Miss Millennia Magazine. She also won: The Golden Pen Playwright award, and Columbia Theater Review named her as: Playwright to Watch. Dee Dee’s productions have graced theatre stages at: The Town Theater, S.C State Museum, Francis Marion University (Chapman Auditorium), CD Joyner Auditorium and more. With one encounter of Scott’s realistic productions, it is evident that this talented artist has been blessed with a gift from God to entertain and inspire audiences.

Scott is also a film producer, screenwriter, author, publisher and voice over actress. Eight authors are signed to her publishing company, Ahsyad Publication. In addition, she is the screen play writer of “Lake House” which is based on her book and will play in select theaters in 2016. 0

Her stage-play: My Husband’s Woman will also be released to DVD soon.

When Scott is not working, she heads two Non-Profits: Reading Through Cancer and Joseph & Kathy Gregg’s Child. Reading Through Cancer was the first ever E-Book drive which was created by Dee Dee in 2014. It started in her office where she collected 110 amazon Kindle Gift Cards for patients with cancer. Now she holds the RTC E-Book drive yearly.

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The Tucker’s 4th book coming soon!!!

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