Book Review: ‘An Accidental Profession’ by Daniel S. Jones
A book with a quiet anguish about the indignities of work that many will recognize
I have written stories since childhood. Fiction is part of me, part of who I am. I believe the world is a better place because of the stories we tell ourselves. Stories give us insight, experience, purpose. They help us to imagine things other than as they are. People who write and people who read form a vast worldwide community. My work reaches out to this community. The world needs people like us.
Find me at http://jackmessenger.co.uk/ (blog), http://www.jackmessenger.org.uk/ (website), and https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/46456177-jack-messenger
A wonderful piece of writing. Honest, frank, and clear.
The song plays around us all the time. All we have to do is sit and write down the score.
Keep up the excellent work, and thank you for posting.
This struck so many chords with me.
I too have been caught up in the recent forage for followers through webtrails and the like, and have been almost shocked to learn how saturated my market already is.
The internet can be such a wonderful way to get noticed, but to get distinguished is quite another matter.
Problem or Opportunity is quite the apt description.