By Rainbow Rowell
"Hi, i am the man who reads your e mail, and in addition, i admire you . . . "
From the award-winning writer of Eleanor & Park, Fangirl, and Landline comes a hilarious and heartfelt novel approximately love within the workplace.
Beth Fremont and Jennifer Scribner-Snyder recognize that someone is tracking their paintings electronic mail. (Everybody within the newsroom is aware. it really is corporation policy.) yet they cannot really convey themselves to take it heavily. They pass on sending one another never-ending and perpetually hilarious e-mails, discussing each element in their own lives.
Meanwhile, Lincoln O'Neill cannot think this can be his activity now- studying different people's e mail. while he utilized to be "internet defense officer," he pictured himself development firewalls and crushing hackers- now not writing up a file each time a activities reporter forwards a filthy joke.
When Lincoln comes throughout Beth's and Jennifer's messages, he is familiar with he may still flip them in. yet he can not help being entertained-and captivated-by their stories.
By the time Lincoln realizes he is falling for Beth, it is method too overdue to introduce himself.
What could he say . . . ?
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She liked to talk about things that mattered. She was wholehearted, and fierce. He hadn’t made Sam fall in love with him. She just did. And he’d loved her back. Lincoln looked up at the coffee machine. The man in the rumpled shirt and the girl with the freckles were gone. CHAPTER 7 From: Beth Fremont To: Jennifer Scribner-Snyder Sent: Mon, 08/30/1999 11:24 AM Subject: Who looks good in a strapless dress? Not just strapless. A strapless sheath. Who can pull that off? <
Use that time to read What Color Is Your Parachute? ” She was practically shouting to be heard over some mechanical noise. ” “I’m DustBust-ing,” she said. “Stop. ” “Well, it makes you sound excessively strident,” he said. ” Eve turned off the DustBuster. “It’s just that getting paid to do nothing is a constant reminder that I’m doing nothing,” Lincoln said. “And doing nothing takes more energy than you’d think. ” “How could you possibly be tired all the time? ” “I get home at one thirty. I’m wired.
As far as the publisher was concerned, giving employees Internet access was like giving them the option to work if they felt like it, look at porn if they didn’t. But not having the Internet was getting ridiculous. When the newspaper launched its Web site last year, the reporters couldn’t even go online to read their stories. And most readers wanted to e-mail in their letters to the editor these days, even third-graders and World War II veterans. By the time Lincoln started working at The Courier, the Internet experiment was in its third month.