Hi, How Are You?: One girl's experience serving seafood, soda and her soul in a corporate shrimp shack

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iUniverse, May 14, 2010 - Fiction - 280 pages
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Anyone who has ever been a server will tell you that waiting tables has its highs and lows. But waiting tables at a New York City Times Square tourist trap has its extreme highs and lows. "Hi, How Are You?" chronicles one young woman's point of view as she moves to the Big Apple and secures her dream job...as a waitress. Join Katy as she makes friends and enemies, meets outrageous, demanding and sometimes inappropriate customers and even enters into the ultimate taboo relationship...with her boss. "Hi, How Are You?" is an insightful, delectable and ultimately, humorous foray into the restaurant industry's crazy world.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
CHAPTER 1
12
CHAPTER 2
30
CHAPTER 3
45
CHAPTER 4
55
CHAPTER 5
72
CHAPTER 6
100
CHAPTER 7
147
CHAPTER 8
168
CHAPTER 9
212
CHAPTER 10
239
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Katy Franklin was born in Washington, D.C. and has lived in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, New York City and Los Angeles. She has worked in talent management and marketing for the arts, casting for musical theatre, and as a casting assistant for ABC television's Primetime Casting department in both New York and Los Angeles. Her writing experience includes short stories and articles for well-known dating and travel blogs. She is also very proud to say she has worked as a waitress on and off for six years. Her wild, humorous, enlightening and sometimes unbelievable experiences in the service industry prompted her to write this novel. Some of Katy's very favorite things include reading, writing, traveling and macaroni and cheese. She currently resides in Chicago. This is her first novel.

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