I am trying to seek a new source of employment. My current employer maybe going out of business soon. I need to be prepared to find a job quickly so I can stay employed.
I am working on short stories in hopes of publication in a professional publication so I can qualify for membership in the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writer's Association. I am also taking online courses so I can start a business as a proofreader and/or copyeditor on the side. Presently, I am also trying to get a hold of research materials for my next book, a dramatized piece following the life of William E. Collins, AKA Pogey Bill, the first sheriff of Okeechobee County, Florida back in the 20s.
My first Google Adsense check; but I'll take a hundred bucks from anyone that wants to donate it to my cause.
I am just seeking of good job because i want to leave this job
i'm with Wesman Todd Shaw, i would gladly take any donations that people may want to give.
All I seek for is to get relax for a long time. I am really sick of my work.
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