Jennifer Rock and Michael Voss will be doing a reading and signing event at the Galleria Barnes & Noble in Edina on Thursday, June 1st at 6:00PM for their new novel B.S., Incorporated. Michael and Jennifer are particularly excited about this event because they have spent their entire careers living and working in the Twin Cities.
Throughout their 40+ years of combined corporate communications experience, Jennifer and Michael have consulted and advised some of Minnesota’s largest and most dynamic companies, including Best Buy and Cargill – experiences that helped shape many of the story lines and characters found in B.S., Incorporated. In 2014 they fled their corporate confines to complete the novel – called “a rich combination of comedy, ingenuity and sass” – and launch their own communications agency.
Funny, insightful, and heartfelt, B.S., Incorporated is a feel-good story about people finding themselves and coming into their own while simultaneously skewering every aspect of life in Corporate America. It’s a book that readers in the business world are getting a huge kick out of… After all, every job contains a certain amount of B.S.
“We like to think of our book events as part entertainment, part workplace support group,” says Jennifer. “We will read a little from our book, share some of the back stories that went into writing it, and encourage attendees to share their own hilarious and heartbreaking tales.”
"One of the 10 Best Business Books of 2016 -- B.S., Incorporated offers a colonoscopy of the contemporary corporate world." - Wealth Management
“Anyone who has sat through a mind-numbing business meeting (and haven’t we all?) will laugh out loud." - St. Paul Pioneer Press
"B.S. Incorporated stands with some of the best business novels in its genre." - Midwest Book Review
"One rollicking, irreverent, 'I worked with these people' kind of read." - Business View North America Magazine
“Jennifer Rock and Michael Voss have written an incredibly engaging read that will have their readers laughing uproariously and turning the pages just as quickly as they can in order to find out what happens next.” - 5 Stars, Readers’ Favorite
"Funny as hell, with sharp observations and cunning insights. It reads like the best happy-hour story you've ever heard." – Matt Kramer, CEO, Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce