The Human Condition

Working In A Gig Economy

Musicians and writers and artists, oh my!

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Regardless of the type of creative you are (or want to be), it’s a safe bet at one point in your life, you’ll try to monetize your gift in some fashion. You may choose to go big or remain humbly small, but you won’t be the first and certainly not the last who develops a side hustle in this gig economy of ours.

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A published author enjoying married Texas bliss. Dog person living with cats. A writer of Henry James' stories. Featured In MuckRack. Top Writer In Fiction.

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