A Corporate Love Story
Write What You Don’t Know About What You Know
This expression makes my head hurt, lol, but it’s what I do every day as a writer, sometimes without even realizing it.
When I began writing Bailey and the CEO, I wanted to dive deep into the corporate world. I’ve been working full-time for over 30 years, mostly at big, Fortune 500 companies (4 of which have been around for over 100 years). I love being a small fish in a big pond. It's what I do best--find my own little niche and play well with others.
So, when I began writing this book, my first thought was to write a story about a woman striving to succeed at a big company, overcoming obstacles and moving her way up the corporate ladder. Then, on the flip side, I wanted to explore what it would be like to be the CEO and how that would not only impact your career but also your personal life.
Finally, I wanted this to be a love story about two people who meet at work but are scared to act on their impulses. When sparks fly between them, how will they handle a corporate romance and still keep the integrity of their relationship intact?
Bailey and the CEO will be the first in a new "A Better Man" series, so stay tuned for books 2 and 3. Enjoy!
Thank you for your support, love, Amy