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I love my job (I really, really do), but I’ve always been curious about what other people do for a living – how they spend their days, what issues and ideas and conflicts and goals of, say, a tax attorney, or a graphic designer, or a paper salesman. (Well, maybe not the last one. “The Office” pretty much fills that gap in my curiosity.)
I’ve been contributing to the Reading Addict long enough now that it’s inevitable I’ll repeat myself from time to time. I’ll retread over well worn territory as I know I’ve done, but hopefully I can offer a bit of luminescence in between the warmed leftovers. I’ve championed indie literature in the past, as I hope I’ll continue to do in the future, for many reasons. For one, it’s honest. For every James Patterson, there’s a poor recent graduate, who before he earned a fiction fellowship banged away on the k