Stephan Windwalker, Editor of Kindle Nation Daily writes—
When I began reading Deb Hosey White's novel of corporate life, her narrative touch was so deft that the lines between fact and fiction blurred and I could have been reading one of those longer pieces in Fortune or even the Sunday Times magazine. The characters were utterly convincing and within a few paragraphs I wanted to keep reading to learn what would happen next. Throughout the...entire book, she kept delivering and I kept reading.
If you felt a twinge of recognition when watching George Clooney in Up in the Air, you're bound to enjoy this compelling ride from one bull's eye description to the next...
Midwest Book Review writes—
Normal people don't get rich, only the weirdos do. "Pink Slips and Parting Gifts" tells the tale of Corporate CEO Jeffrey Elkins [who] sells his company and finds that multi-millionaire life is filled with its own unique quirks and challenges. Author Deb Hosey White paints a fun and entertaining picture of business men and the men who work under them as well as the CEOs themselves. "Pink Slips and Parting Gifts" is a choice and highly recommended novel that shouldn't be ignored.
From Allbook Review—
From Allbook Review—
Even if you have never worked in the corporate business world or been part of a merger or acquisition, you will find Deb Hosey White’s Pink Slips and Parting Gifts a clear and insightful journey into the world of corporate America....Pink Slips and Parting Gifts was certainly an eye opener for me, and I would highly recommend it for anyone who wants to see the truth behind big business today and the power of the privileged few.
Reader Views writes—
Pink Slips and Parting Gifts” by Deb Hosey White is a work of fiction. It says so on both the front and back cover of the book. But if it is a work of fiction, why does the story seem so familiar? Perhaps it is because there is no dearth of stories about mergers, acquisitions and bankruptcies in the papers these days. At any rate, for the casual reader, “Pink Slips and Parting Gifts” makes for an interesting, informative, and even amusing read. But for those lucky readers who are still gainfully employed in a mid-size or large corporation it is just plain scary!
...So, who should read “Pink Slips and Parting Gifts?” A paragraph on the back cover says it all, “An estimated one in five corporate employees has experienced a merger or acquisition. 'Pink Slips and Parting Gifts' is their story—the one every corporate cubicle jockey, business-class road warrior and mid-level manager will want to read.” I respectfully agree!