Do your co-workers annoy you?
Is your boss a clueless jerk?
Do your company policies make less sense than Egyptian hieroglyphs?
The author describes how he handled all these situations and more in hilarious detail.
You will also learn where the cubicle came from, who invented it, and why.
If you, or someone you know, works in Corporate America, then this is the book for you.
No cubicle is complete without one!
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
In my particular case, the difficulty was in trying to bring a non fiction story to life with enough color that would make people enjoy it. Most “experts” advise new authors never to write a memoir or any true story from their own life. The logic is, unless you are famous, have been mauled by a bear, or abducted by aliens, you are really not interesting enough to read about. Well, this entire book is true stories about my life, but it is also about life in cubicles. I think what you’ll find inside is something almost anyone can relate to and enjoy.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Read all you can from every source that you can. There are a lot of great resources out there and tons of free information to be had. Look your favorite authors up on the web. Often they’ll have a portion of their website dedicated to educating and helping indie authors. Two of my favorites are Ken Follett and James Rollins. In addition to the great books they offer, they also have helpful tips and tricks for people who aspire to follow in their footsteps.
Jason Tucker grew up in the tiny town of Poolville, TX.
He hold a BS in Information Systems and an MBA from the University of Texas at Arlington.
He lives, works, and writes in the DFW area.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My cubicle job.
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