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MarcusGrimm.comCorey Deitz has enjoyed one of the more interesting professions out there: the life of a radio disc jockey, and his excellent retelling of these adventures is available in his memoir, The Ca$h Cage.
Readers can expect to find what happens when one dedicates themselves to this odd industry: a career that only begins with several stops on the bottom rung on the ladder, where the pay is miniscule (or nonexistent), the job security is nil, and traveling half-way across the country for a new job is the only way to get anywhere.
Deitz is a natural story-teller, and though I haven't ever heard him on the radio, I have a hunch those who have will particularly enjoy his accounts - many of which include events shared with his listeners over the years.
Kudos should go to Deitz, though, for writing an extremely crisp self-published book.
As it is, it's a wonderful, hilarious account of the weird world of radio and an example of a first-rate self-published memoir.