W.N. Foster has spent her career like many - as an office worker and has encountered countless employees who could make a nun curse like a sailor or cause a stripper to turn down a dollar bill. Knowing that she was not alone in how she felt about those co-workers, W.N. set out to get all of the observations, conclusions and opinions she had ever had about them out of her head and to help others to acknowledge and accept their true feelings that they may have been otherwise too scared or ashamed to admit to. W.N. is on a mission to help the everyday worker relieve their stress through humor, utilizing the book and two accompanying websites, which were created for the purpose of allowing readers to express themselves (www.my-work-place.com and www.annoyed-wage-earner.com). She also hosts a new blog where she expresses herself as a typical office worker (www.wnfoster.com) and has a growing presence on Twitter. W.N. has also written and published the first of a new series of eBooks that are based on the work adventures of a young office worker named Courtney, a character mirrored after herself (Courtney In Charge?!).
W.N. Foster lives outside of New York City and has worked in the Telecommunications industry for the past 17+ years. She is a licensed Notary Public with a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Management and a Paralegal certificate. She is also a member of the Nonfiction Authors Association, African American Authors and Writers and Black Writers Guild of American forum groups. W.N. is known for her ability to find humor in any situation and even has personalized license plates (G1GGLE) to display her personality and that generates much attention. She is also a pet parent to her rambunctious, lovable dog Ginger.
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Courtney In Charge ?!
by W.N. Foster
Courtney In Charge ?! is a humorous look into the events of a work day for an office worker who simply wants to survive the day. As you read along, you are sure to laugh out loud as you relate to the struggles with the people and things encountered.
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