Okay, everyone; let's get our minds off of the pandemic and onto escapism with a great novel by Marina Peters called "Too Deep In With The Auditor: Whoever thinks auditing is boring does not know what happens between the numbers," available on Amazon.
Too Deep In With The Auditor: Whoever thinks auditing is boring does not know what happens between the numbers. Paperback – March 5, 2020
Martin Muller is an Audit Manager working with one of the big auditing firms. On a newly assigned auditing engagement, he is challenged by fulfilling the demands of his boss as well as coping with deadlines. And then there is the attractive mid-forty female CEO of the small regional bank he is auditing this week. As the door of the vault of the bank closes unexpectedly and both of them are locked in it gets hot down there...
Too Deep in With the Auditor
Too Deep in With the Auditor
Tell your readers a little about yourself, where you grew up, where you live now, where you went to school etc. Let them get to know the personal you.
I am an Audit Director, married, with two small children. I work part-time and like to spend my free time writing.
What inspired you to author this book?
Writing has become my main hobby over the last two years. I started to write about all the beautiful things in life that I like. However, I only write about things I know a lot about. So after two non-fiction books, “Rare Gemstones And Other Precious Stones” and “How to Generate and Earn Royalty Income,” I wanted to try a fiction book. So, the result was my recent book wherein I use my experiences from 20 years of auditing. “Too Deep in With the Auditor” is somewhat my third child and I am very proud of it. I am now writing a second part. You can follow the progress on marinapetersbooks.com or my Goodreads page.
Where did you get the inspiration for your book’s cover?
The cover is coming right out of the story showing Chicago in the background and - well, some action from the book.
Who has been the most significant influence on you personally and as a writer?
Believe it or not, Star Trek. As a child, I watched every episode of the classic series, as a teenager it continued and also today I am following the development of this universe.
What were your struggles or obstacles you had to overcome to get this book written?
The book went surprisingly well to write. I don't know why. I expected it to be much harder, especially after my experiences with the two non-fiction books before. Writing really is the fun part. What I don't like is all the editing, design work, marketing etc. afterward.
Tell your readers about your book.
"Too Deep in With the Auditor" is the first part of my (adult) Martin Muller Audit Series. I am writing about Martin, an Audit Manager, and his work and experiences. During my 20 years of audit work, I made so many experiences that showed me that auditing is not boring, as still many people think. I spiced this up a bit and made an adult auditor's story out of it.
Who is your target audience, and why?
Target audience is adults as there are some love audit scenes (yes: love audit scenes) in the book. It is a steamy romance novel.
What do you consider your greatest success in life?
Just to be content with the life I have. To get to this condition is not always easy and has a lot to do with mindset.
What one unique thing sets you apart from other writers in your genre?
I don't think that any other stories exist that combine the genre of romance with auditing.