Monday, 6 April 2009

In Sales

I keep thinking about Death of a Salesman. I never wanted to be a salesman. Sure, I once worked in McDonalds as a kid, but be a business woman? Nah. That was never for me.

Spreading the word about my book and being a salesman... there is a fine line between them. And I'm not sure I'm not stepping over the line. Spread the word... sell. Spread the word... sell. Of course I'm doing a pretty good job of selling. Women are queueing up to get a book from me at events. So that's good. BUT... I'm not sure I want to sell. I never wanted to be a salesman.

And frankly, we all know what ends up happening to salesmen.

They end up dead.

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