Author James J. Isaacs is pleased to announce the promotion of his contemporary fiction novel, “Fools Tomorrow.” This a cautionary tale that illustrates the illusion of control in business and in life.
Dubois, WY, May 15, 2015 –(PR.com)– In 1951, Jon Whittee (a. k. a. The Leader) establishes Jon Whittee’s Advertising Agency in Blair, Texas. His executive staff consists of the best men in their fields. Jon fears them all, and consequently, creates rules through which he controls them as if he owns them.
During the brief history of the agency, the Family Group — the executives and their wives — struggles against each other. More importantly, they do all they can to usurp Jon’s control over them.
In an effort to remove Jon from the company, his most trusted executive suggests Jon run for mayor. The outcome of the election results in chaos within the company and between the executives and their wives.
Jon makes every effort to maintain control of the Family Group and his company. Through his actions, Jon discovers an unexpected fate.
“Fools Tomorrow” is a story of abuse of power, petty jealousy, character assassination, control, egotism, manipulation, sexual harassment, and rape. It is available in both print and ebook formats.
By James J. Isaacs
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
James J. Isaacs is the also the author of “Reflections from an Hourglass”; “Somewhere Out There”; and “The Alibi Store.”
About The Author:
James J. Isaacs grew up in West Texas. His has worked as: a shoe salesman, farm hand, gardener, carnival barker, finishing carpenter, mule packer, Native-American-trading-post clerk, photographer, file clerk, proof reader, technical editor, feature-film sound editor, and writer.
His poems have been published in both national anthologies and regional magazines. His articles have appeared in regional magazines. In addition to his first novel, Fools Tomorrow which is available in paperback and as an e-book, he has also published a young adult novel, a book of poetry, and a book of short stories all of which are available only in e-book format.
He lives alongside the Wind River in northwest Wyoming.
For review copies, author interviews, or more information please contact:
James J. Isaacs
Email: james (at) jamesjisaacs.com
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