Yes, that says ‘fanboy’.

Can’t remember if I told you this or not (it’s one of the side-effects of never paying attention to the constant stream of little gifts one’s sensory inputs offers one), but I tried to get a job as a pro blogger recently. This post caught my attention, and I gave it a shot. “So, let me get this straight. I link to news stories from other sites and you give me money?”

I made the first cut, but it’s been a few weeks since the second deadline, so it should be safe to say I’m not the guy.

The experience does beg a veritable horn-o’-plenty of questions, though. Are there other similar jobs out there? Is the time worth the supplemental income? Would it give me any writer cred?
Would it be fun?

As with all things writery, I’d love to try it. Okay, maybe not all things writery. I don’t think I could bring myself to go to anything called a “blank jam” where blank is a style, genre, or type of writing. I draw the line at jams. Other than that, though.

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