Rule number one: Never dismiss an opportunity to write creatively.
That’s really cool for once to read an official letter written from the heart.
Good on you, Ross!
Thanks love x
About the service industry?
Just that one job. I actually like bartending. Well, I like the money, the conversation and making cocktails 🙂
Then make me a paradise cocktail, son, and let me tell you my tale of woe. I curse (and cherish) the day he …
from the magazine? i read the flo-rider rant the other week and thought of commenting about the whole ‘writing what you know’ adage – wanted to say it was okay and that you should be cultivating your strengths and passions anyway but didn’t for some reason. bravo for taking the path less followed and staying true to yourself and i wish you continued courage and success.
nice though. quite the bad ass resignation letter. and as always your posts are a pleasure to read.
I’m glad you’re with me on that one Scout! I’m a lot happier writing things that are fulfilling and that challenge me to improve as a writer. Sure I could learn a lot about the culture I’m part of, but in all honesty, I just don’t have the time to idly fart around on the internet finding cool stuff.
I just want to enjoy writing stories that people enjoy.
Thanks for coming by! Please, have no hesitations about commenting and letting me know what you think! I love constructive criticism if you have time to offer some, and I try to keep on top of responding to everything, but I am pretty bad at it!
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