Sunday, June 30, 2013

Bug Man/Writer?


It's been a little over a month since I last stood before a classroom of teenagers and I've been wrangling for a job as a bug man. I jokingly told my students I was leaving teaching to become a bug man and now here we are. It looks like I may very well be on my way to becoming a bona fide bug man. There just might  be a book in this mid-life career change.  Make way for the bug man/writer. I'm narrowing my niche. How many bug man/writers who sell their books at auto repair shops and barber shops could there possibly be?

By the way, the  mouth parts of insects are divided into four categories: piercing and sucking, siphoning, sponging, and chewing. I know. I'm showing off, but I can't help it.

And you can order my books THE EIGHT-FINGERED CRIMINAL'S SON and THE SPIRIT GUIDE BAR by clicking on this link:
http://www.amazon.com/The-Spirit-Guide-William-Snyder/dp/1483924211

3 comments:

Unknown said...

There's a book idea for sure! Student-teaching, bug-killing... you might create a mighty satire and allegory, Snyder! You the man!

David C. said...

I think Proust started out in pest control, so go for it!

Michael Isasi said...

Good luck Snyder. Spirit guide bar was amazing, hopefully you write more books and don't need to work again.