Atlanta, GAUSA 30339
November 29, 2011
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Read and enjoy everything from David Sedaris to Jeffrey Deaver. I know, the later is not high literature; just like the plots!
I write non-fiction, specifically business. (I know a few of you just fell asleep.) I write a blog, and have a lit agent shopping a book about getting a job in a startup, keeping that job and knowing the signs you may need to run screaming from that job. It explores the mindset and quirks of entrepreneurs and offers tips for succeeding and surviving if you work for that particular subset of bosses. All backed in science and studies, illustrated with examples from well-known entrepreneurs, celebrity entrepreneurs, even fictional entrepreneurs. Told in a tongue-in-cheek tone, so the reader can relax and laugh at their situation and their boss. Think Malcolm Gladwell meets Dilbert.
Ugh. Sounds like the book proposal all over again. Please don't make me! :)
Hmmm. Didn't find anything titled Great Expectations on the Pages tab. But I'll agree to anything to get to spend some time with seasoned writers!
Hi guys! Checking out a few writers groups. I can't believe how many working, published writers are in this one. Excited to join and to learn from everyone.