Wait(er) Issue No. 4: Enter The Dragon.

It’s October 1st, and there’s a brand new issue of Wait(er) magazine out! If you’ve been following my blog, you already know I’ve been writing for this kick-ass magazine since July. I think this month’s article is probably my best yet — it came back with minimal revision notes and I take that as a good sign. Available in so many formats for your literary consumption, Wait(er) takes you behind the scenes of life as a service worker. So many amazing articles by talented writers for only $0.99!!

A little excerpt to perhaps entice you to purchase this month’s fabulous issue:

The first indication of his presence is the sound of plastic wheels screeching across the tiled floor. He drags a purple hard-shell suitcase with him everywhere he goes, presumably filled with the heads of his vanquished enemies. His approach triggers a drop in a well-trained barista’s stomach, opening a pit of dread. Resigned to their fate, the barista swallows hard and greets the man with visibly clenched teeth.

Read more and purchase your copy of the issue HERE.

You can also get your copy on iTunes! ๐Ÿ˜€

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12 thoughts on “Wait(er) Issue No. 4: Enter The Dragon.

    1. I am SO HAPPY!! I’m grateful that I was able to open a doorway to a community that loves and supports you and gives you hope every day. All I did was give you the tools, and your beautiful spirit is what beckoned all those people to follow you. I’m immensely proud of what you’ve done with your site and I’m happy to have been there in the beginning, helping you get the wheels in motion. ๐Ÿ™‚

      I am absolutely fine with you reblogging it! Maybe some of your followers would like to read the magazine, and that would in turn help me out. I’ve made $200 from writing for them, and if the magazine is successful, I’ll be able to keep doing it.

      Thank you so much! Love you!

      1. What you did by setting me up here was more then I can ever re-pay and if re-blogging helps, I am all in. I love you very much and am very proud of you. xoxo Love, Auntie.

      2. Can’t wait to see you too my lovely. Maybe you can give me a bit of a tutorial on how to do more things here, oops, that sounds like work – not vacation, grin. xoxo

  1. Reblogged this on Busy Mind Thinking and commented:
    For those of you that don’t know. This is my beloved niece that set me up here on wordpress; opening the doors to the beautiful relationships I’ve made. I hope you’ll visit Jen. While I’m a rather sentimental writer – Jen calls a spade a spade and is talented way beyond my abilities. Enjoy!

  2. Good concept for a magazine, and should be required reading…for everyone. Service workers deserve way more respect than they receive.

    I’d thought of starting one to introduce people to the world of the security contractor, but the moronic “Soldier of Fortune” has rather stolen a march on me. It’s wrong, it’s puerile, it’s silly…but it’s there, and has the high ground.

    Besides, after Blackwater, contractors are something like “the villains you love to hate”. So who among the people I’d most like to introduce…would even care?..

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