Making It by Helen Klein Ross

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From the award-winning author who tweets @BettyDraper comes a debut eBook original about contemporary advertising world shenanigans as experienced by a high-powered, bread-winning mom in the vein of Allison Pearson’s I Don’t Know How She Does It.

Successful, feisty, and approaching a Certain Age, Audrey is afraid of becoming obsolete in the ever-changing advertising business. She has worked for the Madison Avenue firm Tadd Collins for nearly twenty years. When the firm acquires a smaller company, she is promoted and partnered with Kabal Prakash, an ambitious, attractive hotshot from London. Meanwhile, frustration mounts at home as she unsuccessfully tries to help her teenage son, Paley, get into her old alma mater. As she flirts with a relationship with her new boss Kabal, her irritation with her husband grows. Should Audrey give in to her new boss and his youthful corporate ambition? Can she cut it in a quickly changing industry? Or does she belong with her gray-ponytailed husband, whose only ambition is to perfect his recipe for mead?

Making It is the first ebook to take literary fiction readers out of the box by offering opportunities to further explore characters in a digitally enhanced epilogue.
 

About Helen Klein Ross

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Helen Klein Ross is a veteran of advertising and has spent many years at global ad agencies in San Francisco and New York City. She created AdBroad, an award-winning ad blog, and her Twitter handle @BettyDraper has earned press coverage in Time and The Wall Street Journal, a Shorty award, and 34,000+ followers. Helen’s fiction and poetry has been published in The New York Times, The Southeast Review, Bellevue Literary Review, Salmagundi, and other journals. She has won numerous awards and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
 
Published March 4, 2013 by Pocket Star. 222 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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While popular television programs about the world of advertising like the series Mad Men have made good fodder for their entertainment value, it’s altogether something else to read a novel based on the ins and outs of corporate advertising.

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