I am pleased to welcome Megan Preston Meyer today in support of her book, Firebrand: A Corporate Elements Mystery. Please read on to learn about this book and the ongoing series.
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About Firebrand: A Corporate Elements Mystery:
NO ONE is their authentic self at work
Currant Keppler has a fresh MBA and her first corporate job: participating in the LATTE Management Rotation Program at Alpine Chalet Coffee Company, the Midwest’s second-largest coffee chain. She’s fluent in jargon, excited for new challenges, and completely bought in—until she realizes that there’s something fishy with her first project.
I’m in the big leagues now, she tells herself. This is just how the game is played. But when a question of ethics turns into a question of murder, she learns that some people will do anything to succeed – and that NO ONE is their authentic self at work.
Combining corporate culture, the start-up scene, cabin life, and punny coffee drinks, Firebrand takes a campy, loving look at impostor syndrome, authenticity, and the absurdities of the corporate world.
You can purchase Firebrand on Amazon.com
About the Author:
Megan Preston Meyer spent more than a decade in insights and analytics. Over the course of her career, she made thousands of data-driven decisions that unlocked millions of dollars of value for billions of companies in trillions of ways – and all this despite having significant problems with orders of magnitude.
Now, as an author, speaker, and communications consultant, she focuses on the stories that data DOESN’T tell. She’s the creator of the Supply Jane and Fifo Adventures, picture books that teach supply chain and operations management concepts to kids, as well as the Corporate Elements Mysteries, cozy mysteries for millennials that balance life and work.
“A clever mystery replete with Millennials, MBAs, Marketing, and Macchiatos… It’s witty, fresh, and spot on.” – Susan D. Steiner, Murder by Manuscript (the August Burns series)
“Funny, existential, and thought-provoking.” – Mahmoud Rasmi, philosophy consultant
“As a Minnesotan and someone going into corporate life, I appreciated it.” – Mya Sullivan, Minnesotan going into corporate life