Have you ever taken a closer look at the business world with consideration of the games that people play to get ahead in the workplace? Greyton’s Grill and the Game Changers takes readers inside the offices of Dynamic Digital Marketing (DDM), an organization that is highly competitive and often cut-throat. This character-driven novel spotlights Carmen Fenton, a waitress at Greyton’s Grill. Carmen is also a student studying to earn a college degree in Marketing. With the laborious hours she spends as a waitress, she’s eager to graduate and start her career. Meanwhile, Ray Collins, an architect, and lover of the arts finds Carmen quite beautiful. While there is mutual attraction, she wonders if she can handle the demands of school, work, and a new relationship. Upon graduation, she receives an internship with DDM. As she strives to learn the business, she encounters an old flame, unethical business practices, and corporate sabotage. Carmen is determined to become successful as a marketing executive and can't let anything get in the way of that. However, Ray Collins is not only handsome but very persistent and he is determined to make Carmen his own.
|Publisher:||Lorna Jackie Wilson|
|File size:||289 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
LORNA JACKIE WILSON is an author from Detroit, Michigan. She has an affinity for lyrical poetry, spoken-word, and courageous conversations that speak to conditions in foster care. She has lived in Michigan most of her life outside of enlistment in the United States Army. She has four beautiful children who support her writing and encourage its continuance. Lorna says, "My family is such an inspiration to me in all of my endeavors and I sincerely appreciate and love them dearly.” Lorna's journey continues as she gives back by speaking about foster care experiences and overcoming obstacles. She retired from public education in 2019 and is the founder and owner of Black Butterfly Books LLC. She holds master's degrees in Business Education and Information Technology and often utilizes graphic design to bring her writings to life. Lorna says, "But more importantly, I find myself in awe, as I watch God organize my thoughts and convey those things that I could never do alone. My prayer is to inspire someone, in some way, in an area where they need it most."