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A Career Guide to Your Job In Hell

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Think your job is bad? Would you prefer to...

Shake rats to listen for their death rattles?
Have a PhD (Piled Higher, Deeper) in a craptastic job?
You're a soldier. You fight. You die. You're a bodyguard?
Work your way up in the house–sitting biz?
Drive your client around looking for hookers and snacks?
Pick up entrails to keep away predators...big predators?
Work for a harridan...more
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Published January 31st 2011 by Cenotaph Corporation (first published January 17th 2011)
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Rvardeman451
contains stories by:

Scott S. Phillips
Nathan Long
Axel Howerton
Victor Milan
Brandi Tarvin
Scott Denning
John J. Miller
Scott Phillips ("the other one" who write Ice harvest)
and yhos, who also edited.

I think all are superb, of course, and that you will be wildly amused by them since they range from sf to horror, humorous to serious, fiction to nonfiction. And permutations of those. Available in print or ebook from Amazon http://preview.tinyurl.com/4ywnshz or B&N http://preview.tinyurl.com/3uxe6eo
Axel Howerton
I'll admit, I am one of the authors, but I can say without nepotism, that the other stories in this book are phenomenal. Well worth a look for fans of almost every genre, as this covers all the bases.
Jennifer Word
This book was excellent all-around. I highly suggest it. The title tells you everything you need to know about the general topic of each story in this fabulous collection!
Sarah
The hooker story was the only one I enjoyed. I think the one with the wind farm was well done, too, just not my type of story. I was not aware that only two of them were true stories. I skipped most of the cubicle farm one (crazy ranting, meh) and the sci-fi one because it was too dense with jargon.
Katie
Hands down this is the best anthology I have ever read. Every one of these 9 stories was expertly crafted and an engrossing read. All of these authors were new to me and I'm looking forward to reading more of them.
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Scott S. Phillips has written in almost every capacity imaginable: films, TV, comic books and even dialogue for talking dolls. He's the author of the short story collection TALES OF MISERY AND IMAGINATION, as well as the novels SQUIRREL EYES (and its spin-off stories of jack-of-all-trades Boone Butters) and FRIDAY THE 13th: CHURCH OF THE DIVINE PSYCHOPATH. His film reviews have been collected in t...more
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