Earlier this week I posted an interview I had with author H.W. Vivian. She has another big announcement this week, as she is getting ready to publish her second novel Days Of Amber under the pseudonym Alex Chu. This is the synopsis for the story:
Amber & Associates is the most successful software company in the industry’s history, which is surprising since all of its employees are aloof, lazy, and downright dysfunctional. When they’re not obsessing over their next smoothie fix, or walking around the office half-naked, they’re doing everything in their power to avoid working. As they approach their long-awaited IPO date, hackers start breaching the company’s system, and messing around with Amber’s clients. Still, nobody seems to care. It’s not until the senior risk analyst leaves the company on a drunken tirade when everyone realizes the consequences of their idleness. Now, Amber’s team of frivolous and inexperienced executives is left with the greatest challenge of their careers: actually getting work done in order to save the company.
Fans of shows like Silicon Valley or The IT Crowd will want to check out this novel. In general, it certainly sounds like a lot of fun. If the synopsis and subject matter sound appealing to you, then keep your eyes open for this book in August. If you want to learn more about the author, you can check out her website.