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New book offers scandalous slice of corporate American life

Otter Holmes releases ‘The Cubicle Diaries: Volume II’

CHICAGO – In “The Cubicle Diaries: Friends Close, Coworkers Closer – Volume II” (published by Xlibris), Otter Holmes takes readers on another riveting ride into the ruthless and rollicking world of corporate America. His new novel continues the adventures and misadventures of people navigating their way through the fine line between business and pleasure.

“The Cubicle Diaries” follows the lives of officemates who experience the perils and pleasures of mixing their personal and professional lives. As the follow-up to Holmes’ first book, “The Cubicle Diaries: There’s Something in the Coffee,” this satirical drama describes and mocks what most people are willing to go through just to get what they want. It is a searing and hilarious portrait of pre-recession behavior, corporate America, materialistic excess, cutthroat competition and how these forces come into play in the life of the 21st century American.

“It’s fun, it’s funny, it’s relatable, it’s original and it really is scandalous,” Holmes says. “Everyone loves hearing the drama. This book consists of the things we hate loving and love hating.”

“The Cubicle Diaries: Volume II” is, ultimately, not just a story of corporate life but life in general and what it means to be human in an increasingly harsh and inhuman world.

“The Cubicle Diaries: Volume II”

By Otter Holmes

Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 314 pages | ISBN 9781524505097

Softcover | 6 x 9in | 314 pages | ISBN 9781524505080

E-Book | 314 pages | ISBN 9781524505073

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author

Otter Holmes is a Los Angeles native who enjoys entertaining people. A man of many talents, he enjoys traveling, painting, photography, cooking and exercising.


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