Don’t Quit the Day Job: Jane Risdon
Vic Watson invited authors to write about what they do for a ‘day’ job….as I no longer have one, I decided to write about y previous job(s)…thanks Vic so much for asking me. It was fun. Do drop in and read other other author posts too. 🙂
Lots of people don’t realise that although you may see work by a certain author on the bookshelves in your favourite shop, many writers still hold down a day job in addition to penning their next novel. In this series, we talk to writers about how their current – or previous – day jobs have inspired and informed their writing.
Today my longtime online friend, Jane Risdon is here to share her interesting experiences with us. Thanks Jane, I’ve really enjoyed having you on the blog again.
We don’t know what we know, until we sit and think
By Jane Risdon
Write what you know. That’s what we writers are advised. But, you have to wonder where that leaves crime writers – commit a murder, a robbery, a sting and then you know what you are writing about perhaps? Who is going to admit to having a day job involving murder? Yet…
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