Scottsdale, AZ, USA – December 14, 2020 – Joric McLean released the first volume of his debut book, “Magnet of Madness: A behind the scenes look at mind-boggling human relation tales from the world of youth, insurance, and sports.” The book, released on December 7 2020, is the first of 2 volumes authored by McLean and published by Lemonade Legend Publishing.
“Magnet of Madness” is a collection of short stories detailing McLean’s comical trials as he navigates his life. The first volume will take the reader on McLean’s journey from his childhood odd jobs through college and working for the Phoenix Suns. The second volume will showcase McLean’s veterinary adventures. Both volumes encompass over 35 years of McLean’s unbelievable workplace insanity. McLean believes, “This book will not solve world peace, but it will give the public some tips on how to navigate and survive in the wild and wacky world of human relations.”
As the founder of Lemonade Legend Publishing, Faust daily strives to make it possible for people to inspire others through their own experiences and tales. An enthusiastic supporter of others’ success, Faust edited “Magnet of Madness” so McLean could tell his story. When asked about his plans for the future, McLean said, “Writing these books has flipped an internal switch of creative juice. This is a grand beginning, but there are more compelling stories and ideas that I have in store.” Both Volume One and Two are available on Amazon.
Buy “Magnet of Madness” today at https://www.amazon.com/Magnet-Madness-1-Joric-McLean/dp/B08PXHL54Z/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1607573277&sr=1-2.
About Joric McLean
McLean grew up in Michigan, the typical Gen-Xer, a child of divorce, setting out into the world with his latch key in hand. McLean has had more jobs than most, and with them, more problems than a math book. Prone more to improvise than follow the rules he often helped create; he found himself in precarious workplace predicaments, but his quick wit, sharp tongue, and sometimes oft-putting one-liners saved his bacon on several occasions. His endless supply of movie quotes, song lyrics, and Joric-isms have blazed a trail for a unique leadership style in human resource work. He has been a member of an award-winning HR team and worked for a company voted as a “Best Place to Work” for several years. McLean and his wife Shelly McLean live life to its fullest in Lisbon, Portugal, while their son, Alek McLean, takes care of the grandpup back in Phoenix. “Magnet of Madness” is his debut book.