Brand Changing Day
by Shawn Mihalik
General Fiction/Contemporary Fiction
Amazon Print | Amazon Kindle
About the Book
In the world of the casual American chain restaurant, brand-changing day signifies the start of something new—new menu items are rolled out, logos are redesigned, service procedures are updated, and old uniforms are traded for hipper, darker, ﬂashier styles.
But for employees at The Grill in Youngstown, Ohio—including twenty- something server Scott Pelletier and forty-something general manager Geoffrey McCree—brand-changing day might be when everything changes. Forever.
About the Author:
Shawn Mihalik was born in San Diego, California in 1990. He currently lives in Youngstown, Ohio, where he studied journalism at Youngstown State University. He writes novels, poetry, and short stories and explores the characteristics of different varieties of wine.
His works include The Final Days of Poetry, a poetry collection; The Flute Player, a novella; and Brand-Changing Day, a novel.
About the Publisher
Asymmetrical Press is a publishing house based in Missoula, Montana, run by indie authors, for indie authors—publishing for the indie at heart.