Have you ever sat in a coffee shop and observed what people were doing? Call me strange, but I find it intriguing.

It is interesting to analyze how people like to spend their time in a quiet environment. I live in Fort Collins and I spend a lot of time at coffee shops. You will mostly see people crouched in front of a laptop catching up on emails or work from school or their jobs.

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Others will use a coffee shop as an opportunity to catch up with friends and family. A ton of people will take time out of their day intentionally to read a book in a coffee shop.

Weirdly enough, I enjoy reading in a coffee shop. The background chatter and order announcements help me focus on a good book.

One coffee shop in Fort Collins wants to compensate you for cracking open a book and diving into stories.

Wolverine Farm Publick House Offering Unique Opportunity

Tanner Chambers/TSM
Tanner Chambers/TSM

According to the Colorado Sun, Wolverine Farm Publick House's Perelandra Bookshop is offering a paying job to sit and read. They are calling the opportunity a reader-in-residence.

Wolverine Farm Publick House prides itself on being a creative outpost. All of their profits go directly back to the community. The pay for writer residencies and other opportunities for creatives in Northern Colorado.

How Much You Will Get Paid

Tanner Chambers/TSM
Tanner Chambers/TSM

If you are interested in the residency, Wolverine Farm Publick House will pay $50 a month for books and another $50 for food and coffee.

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