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Make a Nerdy Living: How to Turn Your Passions into Profit, with Advice from Nerds Around the Globe
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Alex Langley
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Make a Nerdy Living: How to Turn Your Passions into Profit, with Advice from Nerds Around the Globe

Alex Langley


9781454932420

Sterling


Business & Economics;
Business & management


Paperback

256 pages

$22.99
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Turn your obsession into your profession! This funny, information-packed guide shows you how to transform your nerdy passion into a lucrative career . . . and satisfying life.

How can I make a living at this? Many nerds ask themselves this question - and now they have an answer. Filled with humor and real-life advice, this entertaining guide explores how you can actually get paid for nerdy passions that range from live-streaming video and prop making to writing and cosplay. Along with general tips for newcomers and in-depth advice for the more experienced, interviews with stars reveal how geeks, gamers, and fans successfully turned their dreams into reality.

By:   Alex Langley
Imprint:   Sterling
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 228mm,  Width: 152mm, 
ISBN:   9781454932420
ISBN 10:   1454932422
Pages:   256
Publication Date:   January 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Alex Langley is the author of four books (including The Geek Handbook: Practical Skills and Advice for the Likeable Modern Geek), a graphic novel, and chapters in Sterling's Popular Culture Psychology series. He writes about gaming for ArcadeSushi.com, oversees Nerdspan.com's gaming section, co-created the web series Geeks and Gamers Anonymous, appeared on panels at San Diego Comic Con, and has nearly 20,000 Twitter followers. He lives in Dallas, TX.

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