by Rory Scherer
Book: Stand Alone
Publisher: Rory Scherer
Pub Date: May 2014
Book Links: Goodreads Amazon
After being laid off at my latest company that fell victim to insider fraud, and the job market at its lowest point in years, I decided to follow the advice of my self-made millionaire friend and become 'The Professional Freelancer'. Spiraling out of control, I found myself involved in several extremely dangerous situations that strangely all seem to be connected involving the mafia, a Korean street gang, a white-collar crime, and masterminding the annual euchre championships at a senior citizens retirement home.
The Professional Freelancer is a humorous ebook that was not written in a traditional format. It was written from the protagonist’s point-of-view. He is talking directly to you; the reader.
I hope you have as much fun reading The Professional Freelancer as I did writing it.
My Review: This book was written differently, so just keep that in mind while reading this book. And its not a guide, so also keep that in mind.
So this guy works at a software company. He hates his job. So whats the right things here? Keep dealing with it or leave for a new job. Well, no need to worry when the place gets shut down. So no work and now he is about to lose his girl and home. Yup, can it get any worse?
The good thing through all of this is the sense of humor. Which was good, otherwise I'm not too sure if I would have managed to finish the story. Overall it was good, not exactly my kind of read, but still not bad.