I’m excited to have my short story “The Marketing Genius” published on Stigmama.com. It came out on the 21st, but for various reasons (including a lapse in my email checking for over 24 hours, how shocking!), I’m just now announcing it to you.
If you’re familiar with Stigmama.com, you know that it is the brainchild of Dr. Walker Karraa, a mama who has a passion for stopping the stigma of mental illness. (You might also guess that this story has zip to do with marketing as we normally think of it!) I’m honored to have my story on her site, and I hope you’ll check it out. If you do, try to guess which novel most influenced my characterization of the protagonist.
“The Marketing Genius”
Despite what all those other marketing gurus say, influencing people doesn’t have to involve complicated plans, social media campaigns, or photo shoots with bikini models plumped up with saline and hairspray and athletes pumped up with steroids and fame. No, it’s really far easier than that. Anyone could do it, but I’m the best. Want the secret? Here it is:
Read the rest on stigmama.com