The real life experience of building a corporation from the ground up is fraught with danger, deceit, excitement, and controversy.
New York, New York (PRWEB) December 24, 2011
Over the last two years, Solstice Publishing's globally recognized CEO and author, Steve Bederman has written and published three novels in the continuing saga and life of Mitch Jacobs. The reader may recognize the similarity in Mitch Jacob’s position as CEO of one of the world’s largest technology giants, Symbiotic Technologies, to the roles the likes of Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and other real life figures.
Bederman says, “Of course, the life of a fictional character allows for greater latitude in imagination. But, the real life experience of building a corporation from the ground up is fraught with danger, deceit, excitement, and controversy. I’ve lived that experience myself.”
On Christmas Day, ‘A Mitch Jacob’s Trilogy’ is absolutely free at Amazon for Kindle downloads only. http://www.amazon.com/A-Mitch-Jacobs-Trilogy-ebook/dp/B006GSRGNY/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1324739788&sr=1-1
“These are the first three books in the series. They include ‘The CEO,’ ‘Executive Execution,’ and ‘Business As Usual,’” said publisher Melissa Miller of Solstice Publishing. “If you prefer the books in print, they can be ordered on Amazon or direct from our web site at http://www.solsticepublishing.com.
For Nook, E-readers, and other formats the Mitch Jacobs Corporate Thriller series can be purchased individually at http://www.fictionwise.com. Currently ‘Executive Execution’ is at #10 at http://www.ebookwise.com.
“There is an ebb and flow to the individual novels rise in and out of the Best Seller lists. It’s exciting to see how the reading public has embraced all of the books,” said Bederman. He continued, “Currently, I am writing the fourth novel to be released in the summer. So, I urge everyone to take advantage of the Amazon free offer. Or, if you miss out, the books are still reasonably priced and will pay the reader back with the real world insight into the suspense and thrill of corporations as lived today.”
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