About Bill Goodspeed
William Goodspeed began his writing career as the secretary of Baccus (sic), a wine drinking club in Charlotte, NC. This may sound rather easy, but try taking notes with three active wine glasses going at a time, let alone remembering what happens. Bill’s meeting minutes became a blockbuster success, at least to Baccus’ twelve members and their wives. Not content to rest on his laurels, Bill later launched The Point, a seasonal news satire in Northwestern Michigan, a publication fondly dubbed ‘the defamation lawyers’ full employment journal.’ Bill then penned Buzz Kill, an irreverent novel lampooning corporate bureaucracy and political correctness. Buzz Kill is guaranteed to make everyone laugh out loud, except earnest Human Resource professionals.
Bill is a reformed lawyer who spent over two decades as a senior executive in a variety of industries, an elaborate cover for his truth-seeking investigations into American corporate life. He is the father of three daughters, all of whom beseeched him to use a nom de plume for Buzz Kill, and the husband of Jennifer, who served as his editor until her firing for inappropriate relations with the staff. He splits his time between Falmouth, Maine, and Northport, Michigan.
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