The 30-Second Commute: A Non-Fiction Comedy about Writing and Working From Home

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  • Title: The 30-Second Commute: A Non-Fiction Comedy about Writing and Working From Home
  • Author: Stephanie Dickison
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  • Page: 154
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The 30-Second Commute: A Non-Fiction Comedy about Writing and Working From Home
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  • Stephanie Dickison

    Author, journalist, blogger and social media specialist Stephanie Dickison has written hundreds of articles, interviews, essays, columns, profiles, features and reviews for international magazines, newspapers, sites and blogs.The 30 Second Commute A Non Fiction Comedy About Writing Working From home covers her career as pop culture, book, music and restaurant critic is now available Browse through the book online at You can also buy an audio copy listen on your iPod, mp3 player, in the car or on your computer Buy the PDF and read it on your Kindle, Kobo, Sony eReader or iPad.From the book jacket From the pitfalls of being your own boss and having to meet the FedEx guy in your pyjamas, to trying to get editors to answer your emails, to what it s like having five courses of duck in one say, Stephanie Dickison s story of working from home full time is a laugh out loud peek into the life of the self proclaimed luckiest girl in the world WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING from the cover This is for anyone who s ever wondered what we freelance writers do all day Stephanie Dickison airs all our dirty laundry from the crazy hours to the procrastination temptation to the seemingly impossible juggle of assignments, finances, and personal life Reading this hilarious book is like picking the brain of a cherished writing mentor one who makes you snort your latte out of your nose Michelle Goodman, author of My So Called Freelance Life and The Anti 9 to 5 Guide I loved reading The 30 Second Commute immensely This book is timeless and has monstrous personality Stephanie s confidence and commitment to her art quickly walks off the pages and directly into your heart As a songwriter I relate to her, as a musician, I ve learned from her, and as a woman I appreciate her It s fun and feisty, yet charismatic and classy Jully Black, Juno Award winning RB singer songwriter You ll find yourself falling in love with Stephanie and the life she s leading and you ll learn what full time freelancing is all about The 30 Second Commute is a delight to read Jeff Reich, Editor of The Writer magazine Stephanie Dickison is a smart, funny writer with a keen eye for detail The secret pleasure of this book is that it s not just about working from home, but so much family, writing, music, the Internet, celebrities, wine, and good food Though she may only have a 30 second commute, Stephanie s lively intelligence ranges far and wide Geoff Schmidt, author of Write Your Heart Out Advice from the Moon Winx Motel A delightful snapshot of the life of a writer Stephanie draws the reader into the day to day life of a modern, soon to be famous scribe, and along the way captures, in refreshing detail, her love for, and fascination with, the music business, the restaurant business, and the vibrant streets of Toronto The 30 Second Commute is an opportunity to step into someone else s shoes for awhile and enjoy a life being lived, in the company of its witty and engaging narrator Steve Prentice, author of Cool Time A Hands On Plan for Managing Work and Balancing Time Honest, insightful and a lot of fun Stephanie has that rare ability to make reading The 30 Second Commute feel like having a great lunch with a good friend John McFetridge, author of Dirty Sweet and Everybody Knows This is NowhereIG instagram writerscrampFB facebook StephanieDickTwitter twitter sdickison

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