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Subject:Re: Fw: Aging out was RE: job-hunt weirdness From:Collin Turner <collinwrites -at- gmail -dot- com> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com Date:Fri, 10 Jul 2009 14:40:37 -0600
I've co-authored/edited and done the photography on 3 non-fiction books. I'm
writing 2 non-fiction books and working on a couple fiction projects (and 1
graphic novel project). I've published a heck of a lot of fiction,
non-fiction, poetry, etc...and it never messes with "what I do for a
I don't really want to write the Great American Novel...I'm a bit too...dark
Right now though, my pet projects are more a bit more "Multimedia/Online"
oriented, very fun, time consuming and a bit more intense. They also help
keep me a little ahead of the curve career-wise.
As for writing books, are there any technical writers on this list who
> *don't* have a Great American Novel in progress? All the ones I've
> worked with over the last few years have one in the works. I'm on my
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