George Stone lives in North Vancouver, where he has spent far too much of his career taking the SeaBus to work in one office after another. Among his writing credits, George has penned numerous one-act plays, including Spin Cycle: Laundry Undone; Standby and Go; Hello God. It's Me, Rasputin and All's Swollen That Ends Swell, each of which has been performed at Fringe festivals across Canada. His various day jobs see him writing (sometimes earnestly, usually flippantly and always frantically) for web and TV projects. He hopes this book may inspire readers to seek careers that either do not involve offices, or involve offices that are a lot of fun to work in. During his steadily decreasing spare time, George works patiently at a novel, walks his dog and avoids social media.