Once I learned the power of enjoyment in the workplace, I vowed to write a novel juxtaposing fun and creativity with bureaucracy and political correctness.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 09, 2015
Witnessing many odd and humorous moments in corporate bureaucracy and human resources for more than 20 years, William Goodspeed learned the power of creativity and fun in the workplace.
In his poignant new novel, “Buzz Kill,” Goodspeed tells an unorthodox, yet uproariously hysterical tale of America’s not-so-corporate culture.
“Buzz Kill” is an uproariously twisted tale of America’s baffling corporate culture that will appeal to anyone who’s worked in a large company, suffered through sensitivity training or wondered if Thanksgiving is an insensitive display of Euro-centric imperialism.
“Once I learned the power of enjoyment in the workplace, I vowed to write a novel juxtaposing fun and creativity with bureaucracy and political correctness,” Goodspeed said.
Although a work of fiction, “Buzz Kill” draws many scenes from reallife events and people as Goodspeed reflects on his own life in this rumbustous paradox.
By: William Goodspeed
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Balboa Press online bookstores
About the author
William Goodspeed held several senior executive positions in various industries and companies. While working for large companies, he kept his passion of observing behavior. He launched his writing career with, “The Point,” a seasonal Northwestern Michigan parody newspaper with 125 unpaid subscribers. A former resident of Charlotte, N.C., he currently lives in Maine and Michigan with his wife, Jen.