Lori’s open and frank about her experiences. She doesn’t pull any punches. Somehow, in the middle of it all, Lori manages to work in the advice that a writer needs to know.
(If you’ve read Lori’s blog and you STILL think that all writers lead glamorous, easy lives–then you’re probably a hopeless romantic.)
What really caught my eye this week was Lori’s March 8th post (I can’t figure out how to link directly to it) in which she describes two contractors that she recently encountered at a client’s site. She calls them Baby Einstein and Whiney Bob.
When I read her descriptions I couldn’t stop myself from laughing. Somehow, I think that I’ve worked with these exact same fellows. Her descriptions rang so true! At the end of the laughter, though, I had to stop and reflect on the proper behavior for working at a client’s site.
Good job Lori! Keep holding up that mirror so that we can get a good look at the writing industry.
If you missed last week’s link, here it is.
Note: If youâ€™re consistently posting great information and havenâ€™t seen your blog featured in â€œOf Noteâ€ yet, I apologize. Iâ€™ll probably find you soon. I know there are a lot of great blogs out there; I discover more new ones each day. (So many blogs, so little timeâ€¦)
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