Survive a day at the office and we’ll give you an office novel to read
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It probably goes without saying, but just to make sure we’re all on the same page. This past year has been weird, hasn’t it? Of course, some of us were already working from home before all the mandatory quarantines. But for many of us, over the past year or so, we’ve made some major changes to our daily work routines. People no longer got up, went to work, and spent about eight hours surrounded by colleagues in an office. Instead, it’s been a year of getting out of bed to work from your home office. And Zoom meeting after Zoom meeting.
Maybe you liked it all the time at home. Or maybe you fancy getting back to office gossip next to the Keurig Community Machine. Either way, it looks like we’re starting to revert to some sort of ‘normal’ version. This means that offices are open again and businesses are returning to this shared workspace environment. That means it’s time to say goodbye to working from home in your underwear. And hello little chat with your colleagues.
Does the thought of going back to the office make you panic? You’re not alone. Many authors have written about the anxieties and strangeness that come with working in an office. Reading a book about people with similar (or worse) issues is just what it takes to make yourself feel better! So go ahead and take this quiz. Tell us how you spend your working day. And we’ll give you a novel set in an office that’s perfect for you.
Want to read the whole list of office novels in this quiz? Here are all the books that you were able to obtain as a result!
Black suede by Mateo Askaripour
Breaking by Ling Ma
The Very Beautiful Box by Eve Gleichman and Laura Blackett
The other black girl by Zakiya Dalila Harris
Secret Santa by Andrew Shaffer