Re: The Day Job
I absolutely love my day job, not that it happens too much during the day (mostly evenings and nights) Then again I'm lucky, I've got a pretty shitty job that uses NO brain power whatsoever (I work for a high-end catering/bar-staff agency) Not only does it rest up the bit I want to use for my writing, I can even think things through and play over scenes in my head, so that when i finish and get to sit in front a computer again, I've already revised what I'm going to make a start on.
Then again, it's not like I'm rich or anything, and it's lucky I'm so common with no high-end tastes to pay for, cos i couldn't afford it if i did.
p.s. Coragem - No offence, but I don't want you reading too much of my film-trilogy, the main character would say far too much about me for either of us to be comfortable with :O