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Montreal and California talent come together for an innovative project: A Bedtime Story

MONTREAL, Dec. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - The launch of a rather special project took place last night at Marché Bonsecours in Old Montreal: a multiplatform piece that includes a book, a song and a music video, all built around a story, A Bedtime Story. This is not a children's tale, but an erotic thriller that's bound to be popular in the midnight blue-tinged heat of a cold winter evening.


The BTS Project stands out for its premise and the path it takes to get there. This three-part production was initiated by lovers of the genre who, through the entrepreneurship of Montreal businessman Camille Azzi, were able to retain the services of major talent and present a remarkably professional, yet unusual product — a literary, musical and video piece, all in one production.

A Bedtime Story, the creation of adopted Montrealer L.C. Moon, is her very first novel after a life of writing poetry and short stories. Enter music lover Lana Chacra and songwriter Camille Azzi, who together composed a soundtrack inspired by the story. Shepherded by popular musician and renowned American producer Brent Bourgeois, the BTS project found a voice in American singer and actress Selena Moreno, a contestant in Seasons 12 and 13 of well-known TV show American Idol. Completing the project is a video, also helmed by seasoned directors who have made their mark in Hollywood: Mike Stryker and Andrew Rozario.

Theme song performer Selena Moreno and every other artist behind the project, including Brent Bourgeois, Mike Stryker and Andrew Rozario from California, attended the Montreal launch.

The novel by L.C. Moon, which takes place in Montreal, combines suspense and sex, touching upon themes that have fascinated the author for years: forbidden fantasy, the duality of human nature and our ensuing inner struggles. It is intended to be the first installment of a trilogy.

A Bedtime Story will soon be available in print at Amazon for $12.99 and as an eBook for $7.99 via iBooks (for iPads), Amazon (for Kindles), Barnes & Noble (for NOOKs), Kobo, Copia, Gardners Books, Baker & Taylor, eSentral and Scribd. The self-titled soundtrack is mostly available on iTunes, Facebook, Spotify, Amazon, Shazam and CD Baby.

For more information, visit or watch the video A Bedtime Story on You Tube.  Be part of the conversation using #BTSproject.

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